The first and most notable problem is that it only serves naan on the day that it serves dinner buffets. On any other night, your bread choices are limited.
Second, the service tends to be a little slow for my liking. The servers are pleasant enough, but tend to take their time bringing the bill or refilling your water glasses, etc.
The menu is the standard Indian fare you might expect, but it's not the best of its kind. The dish I almost always order at Indian restaurants, saag paneer, is a bit sweeter, and less spicy here. It's certainly not bad, but it leaves a little to be desired.
As for the dinner buffet, there aren't nearly the same number of options that I've seen offered at other Indian buffets. There's typically two meat options and two vegetarian options, in addition to dhal, naan, soupd, and salad. The dessert is Indian rice pudding, which is lovely, but I always hanker for gulab jamun when I'm there!
All in all, not bad, but not great either.
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Kingston, Saint Andrew
August 27, 2011
Woodstock, New York
July 12, 2006
From journal Dining Out in the Mid-hudson Valley