Anti Noise Pollution League, Quiet Dining Recommendations
My first visit to this restaurant was shortly before it closed for the evening. The owner (and waiters) assured me that I had time to enjoy a leisurely meal. Half an hour after closing my waiter asked if it would be permissible for them to close the buffet which I had thoroughly enjoyed. It’s a great place to take friends with whom you enjoy talking. With East Indian music unobtrusively played in the background, it is such a welcome retreat from the ubiquitous roadhouse setting and fare. I’ve only tried the buffet — tasty food, served piping hot,the dining area is impeccably clean, the waiters wear ankle-length white linen aprons and white shirts — the whole place exudes the touch of a masterful restaurateur. The waiters are friendly, exceedingly attentive without being intrusive. Great to go in a group, but also enjoyable on your own when you can sit at a window table in off-peak hours and watch all the activity of Little India. A rare treat, but at a price that is not pretentious.