The in-house restaurant offers some delectable drinks and food for the people who do not want to spend a bomb. The restaurant has some really simple seating and nothing fancy if you’re expecting it to be. The menu of Buffet changes every day. The type of food, however, is same and you can expect over 25 dishes on the menu, few appetizers, some mains and a few desserts. It is one of the most economical buffets in this side of town and it can really make a great deal of substance if it is a kitty party or an office party for colleagues. If you are going here with your family, we recommend you the A La Carte option because it really has some better tasting dishes. The ‘Afghani Murgh’ and the ‘Gosht Seekh Kebab’, both of them taste good. The mains taste good too but they can get a little oily and greasy so you need to make sure that you make some special requests to tone it down. The desserts include some of the classic Indian ones but they are all extremely sweet, maybe just avoid those.