Definitely get the butter chicken. the mix and match platter means you can taste three different dishes, and the lasso is awesome.
get the lamb vindaloo, palak paneer, and alu mutter.
Forgot how good butter chicken is!
The mix and match platter is the way to go. If you get the "to go" version it will cost slightly more, but you also get more food.
At Delhi Dhaba, if a dish is new to you, ask for a sample! They are happy to provide it!
Always sample the daily specials before ordering. 9 out of 10 times I change my order to a special.
if you're concerned about the hot bar, don't be. 9 times out of 10 you'll see them swapping out one or more of the items. None of them hang around for long.
This place has an above average beer selection if you decide to dine in.
Best Indian food Should really go Saturday's and Sunday's for lunch all you can eat
Was kinda meh. They put Yogurt in the lamb rogan josh sauce :/
There's a $3 price difference for the lunch special between dining in (cheaper) and carry out.
I've never had a bad meal here
Pricy, tiniest portions I have ever seen in an indian restaurant
Love the dinner special, naan the size of your head too.
The lunch "pick three" deal is great. You can pick three separate winners. The lamb vindaloo is super spicy and, basically, everything else is smokin' good too! And, they have beer...
Their butter chicken kicks the nutscaks off a herd of running Rhinoceroses!
The weekend brunch buffett is amazing. It's about 11 bucks for all the butter chicken, naan, and chickpeas you can eat. There's a nice vegetarian selection too.
Not that fond of the items on the hot bar unless it's during the early lunch hours when food is just coming off the stove. If you have concerns about the hot bar, the tandoori menu is the way to go.