Anti Noise Pollution League, Quiet Dining Recommendations

Gautama, the Art of Indian Cuisine

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.

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