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Buffet Restaurent of Indian food

tolerating Jan 26, 2014 04:29 PM

Hi everybody,

I have seen ratings on google+ , urbanspoon and Yelp, it's confusing... some didn't like a restaurant at all and some loved it...

I am looking for a very good Indian buffet in Downtown, Parc-Extension, NDG or anywhere between these three areas! Reasonable prices...

I have heard of Le Taj... so far no one said a bad thing about it, some say it's an OK restaurant and some really liked it...

Please... suggestions .... please :)

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    BigHabsFan Jan 28, 2014 10:07 AM

    The buffet at Triple B Buffet is only available Tue-Sun from 12:00 - 3:00 and it costs $13.99. They are closed on Monday.

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      williej Jan 27, 2014 04:29 PM

      Has anyone tried Triple B Buffet Restaurant in St. Henri? Apparently it just opened last fall. There are good reviews online but don't know how trustworthy they are. And a friend went there with a friend from India and loved it.

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      1. re: williej
        tolerating Jan 27, 2014 08:29 PM

        I just checked and the only fact about it's rating and reviews on urbanspoon is there are only 18 people voted... I need more than that!

        1. re: tolerating
          williej Jan 28, 2014 07:49 AM

          My friend just told me she also went with someone who is very picky as to what restaurants he praises, and he liked it.
          Apparently it is Kashmiri cuisine. Well it is worth a try. I will go there sometime and report back.

      2. hala Jan 26, 2014 07:14 PM

        It's an ok restaurant. Maybe someone tried it on an off day and got really good food. It's fresh food, not too spicy, with a quality that does not vary. It is not the best indian or the most inspired, but for a buffet, it's really not bad.

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        1. re: hala
          tolerating Jan 27, 2014 06:40 AM

          What do you suggest for a buffet?

          1. re: tolerating
            hala Jan 27, 2014 01:31 PM

            I am not a fan of buffets, but if I have to go one here in Montreal, it would be Taj. For me, having a "clean" taste of fresh food is very important. Sometimes I find that buffets tend to use older meats and freezer burnt veggies and that is a huge turn off for me. Taj usually has fresh ingredients, which I appreciate.

            It is possible to do good Indian buffet. We used to go to a place on Broadway in Vancouver that used to do amazing Indian brunches and probably still does.

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