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Posted by Jolene S.M.G. on 02/14/2009
This resturant takes me almost 2 hours to get to bypublic transportation and it is definately worth it! The food is spectacular, the people are patient and it is a high caliber location! I have been a vegetarian for over two years and I love it; also, if vegiz aren't good enough there is a resturant next door for your meat friendly friends where you can get food for as low as 50 cents! In my eyes this just can't be beat. =]
Posted by hannah on 02/09/2008
This was a nice find - we stopped in for the buffet during lunch on a weekend. The buffet price is among the more pricey that you will pay, but the food is tasty and for those of us who may not be overly familiar with Indian food, there is no guess work as to what is vegetarian and what is not. The owner was there and brought out fresh treats from the kitchen to the patrons and took a couple who were new to Indian food on a "tour" of the buffet. There was an eggplant dish on the buffet that was very good and was a step away from the traditional buffet offerings of saag paneer and the like. There are signs that remind you not to waste food when people are going hungry elsewhere, and the rest of the decor seems to keep the place grounded in that "one world" sentiment. The only thing that I can say I disliked was the strong presence of incense- even at other places along Devon it does not seem to be as overpowering.