YYC Indian Dinner Buffets Extinct
Can anyone tell me why there are no resturants in Calgary that do an Indian dinner buffet ?
Maybe I'm missing something ?
re: John Manzo
Yes, Wednesday's for sure at Surya, I've been many times. Decenet selection and quality of items on the buffet. Pretty good price too $15pp (I think)
I believe Raj Palace on 6ave downtown also has one. I've only tried it once, and didn't care for it too much, most of the food tasted stale. They did have a lot of veggie selections, and they even brought us a couple of Dosa's without asking for them.
I've been to Namskar a bunch of times (week day and weekend) and have not seen a dinner buffet there.
If you go up to Edmonton at all, there are a lot of places along the indian area on 34 ave. I really liked New Asian Village there.
New Asian Village is a favourite of mine. I find Edmonton has a much higher number of Indian buffets and generally have found wider selection of dishes on their lunch and dinner buffets.
Rajdoot in Calgary has a dinner buffet. Information is on their website - S, M,T
EDIT: whoops, didn't see the post below with this info already.
Bombay sweet house had one, is it done? 55 Castleridge Boulevard Northeast, Calgary, Division No. 6, AB T3J
There should still be one at the place on 4th avenue across from Ceasar's, but I never go to them anymore.
Namskar near Peter's on the other side of 16th might too.
202 16 Avenue Northeast
Calgary, AB T2E 1J8
We get take out from "Spice hut" behind the taco time on 64th Ave just west of Deerfoot Tr. The deal one has almost everything we love and it's really inexpensive. They're actually Pakistani guys and the butter chicken is a bit too tomato flavoured to seem like butter chicken but it's spectacular like the rest of the food.
According to their website Rajdoot still runs their dinner buffet Sun-Tue night. I have not been for a while to their dinner buffet, but their lunch buffet was decent.
Samosa Grill in the NE near Sunridge has a dinner buffet. We stopped in once out of the blue after fishing and was starving, luckily the buffet was fully stocked and very good. Their veggie samosas were amazing, better than any meat version I've ever had.