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    I went there for dinner first, then lunch about a week later. Dinner was EXCELLENT. I thought the food would be like Indian food, but it wasn't. Similar, but not the same. And beautifully prepared. At lunch the buffet was very good. Not as fantastic as the dinner, but I think with a buffet it's very hard because the food has to sit there in a warming pan. I had some of the Nepalese dishes too and they were great. The mutton curry is made with goat meat but it doesn't taste weird in any way - in fact, it was one of my favorite dishes. I've eaten goat before so I wasn't afraid to try it. It's great to find food that's actually different enough to feel new but close enough to what you know to not be scary.

    Who knew you were a restaurant reviewer? This write-up makes me want to try their korma, one of my favorite foods.
    Nothing scary on the menu? No guinea pigs or yak or anything?
    More like this please.

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