The buffet here was delicious. All the curries were packed with flavor and I loved how each dish had its own distinct taste. Thank god! Indian buffet curries end up tasting the same more less and I’m glad that wasn’t the case here.
Lunch Buffet: $11.99
-Appetizers: Tikka (Indian spicy hash brown), channa masala, vegetable pakora, vegetable spring rolls, 2 types of chicken wings.
-Mains: Dal Makhani, mixed vegetables, saag paneer, dry potato sabzi, goat curry, butter chicken
-Sides: Plan rice; mixed vegetable rice, plain or garlic naan.
Disclaimer: although the curries were all scrumptious and delicious their temperature was leaning on the cooler side of the thermometer. I would perhaps recommend the owner add a microwave at the end of the buffet line up or just increase the heat on the buffet range either or will do just fine.
And boy did I appreciate the cute little bowls they had for pouring all the different curries. They got bonus points for doing just that. I hate I repeat I HATE it when restaurants don’t offer bowls for pouring the curries in. The plate ends up looking like some modern art nonsense that has gone horribly, terribly wrong. That’s exactly what happened at Ashiana’s buffet; I couldn’t make out whether i was dipping my naan in the chili fish sauce or my chowmein in the butter chicken sauce.