They keep telling me their buffet changes weekly but I’ve been coming there for years now and I’ve never seen any change except for the new chairs. I like to have some places where to know what to expect when you visit them so it’s a positive thing for me. I was already pretty shocked by the chair change but that might also have to do with their primary colours and the complete mismatch with the rest of the traditional Indian kitschy interior. Which is great: Glitters all over the place with a wall covering including built-in fake candles as the showpiece of the interior. I love it. It’s what makes an Indian restaurant an Indian restaurant.
My favorite part might be, as the staff calls him, the ‘Master of the buffet’. With his high white chef’s hat he makes sure the buffet looks neat and clean. Endlessly promoting their specialty (the sweet chicken tikka masala) is one of his tasks as well. “Veeeeery special curry! I must agree, it is my favourite, and for € 14,50 you can eat as much of it as you want. Normally I’m not a big fan of the all you can eat concepts but I gladly make an exception for this one. They also have a menu you can choose from with other good dishes if you want to try something else. Just don’t forget to order te garlic naan.
Zainab Roshni Mahal, Nieuwe Binnenweg 317, Rotterdam