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Review: To put things into perspective I have lived up and down the west and eastern sea boards and overseas and every time I have Cafe' India it takes me back to my time when I was living in London where I had some of the best Indian food of my life! Although they no longer feature it on their menu ask if you can get the spinach soup (puree of spinach with mild spices). Vegetable soup, samosas, palak paneer, buffet, and their bread are all really, really good. A pretty good selection of hearty beers with their only domestic being Sammy Smith's (hence they take their beer seriously). Their wine list is OK, but then again its uncommon in the area to have great wine unless you are willing to throw down some serious $$. I have not always been a vegetarian and I know that everyone who goes out to grab a bite with their vegi friends are not vegi's so I will say dont get the meat here, it comes on the bone (as good indian food should) and it really bugged my wife out (she is a vegi). The atmosphere is a bit odd with a huge buffet table to the right as you walk in with with a waterfall and plants and a small boutique of yoga items in the room to the right. The ceiling is acoustical tile which sort of sucks, but the booths are oversized with very wide tables so you can order lots of food and even if it all comes out at the same time you have plenty of space. Currently it looks as though they are getting slow (economy or otherwise) and they are shortening their hours but they are still open for an all you can eat lunch buffet so I suggest giving it a try.