Not for families.
Your waiting time is atleast 45 min. to eat those pricey foods. It is good for group of guys to watching indian dance on TV (they have tv) and spend their evening talking, not for family.
Good Selection But Average.
The food here is fine. There are a few Indian restaurants that I frequent in Colorado Springs, and this isn't one of them. They have a large selection of dishes and I actually really enjoy the blasting loud Indian MTV that they play on the big screen TV. My husband and I get a kick out of it. The service isn't anything to write home about. I guess I can just say.. average darling.. simply average. I recently saw that they closed their Indian food store that was right behind the restaurant as well.
I don't get the feeling that the owners or cooks really care about food, service or ambiance. I have been there for the lunch buffet several times and found that some of the items were either all gone and not going to be replenished, or else had been sitting there too long to be fresh, warm and tasty any more. The salad bar portion of the buffet looked wilted and unappetizing. Many of the cooked dishes repeated the same seasoning from dish to dish instead of giving expression to the Indian art of cooking and variety of flavors that should be found in a typical Indian meal, even a simple one (balance of color/ texture/ temperature/ flavor/ heat was not there, too mushy and similar from dish to dish). The bathrooms are disgusting.