The food was tasty and filling and unlike many ethnic restaurants, they serve it to you spiced the same way as they do to the many Indian patrons. However, unlike a comment above, I found them lax about vegan vs. vegetarian. The menu doesn't specify and it is possible to unknowingly order a dish with Indian cheese. In addition, on one visit for lunch I was told that one buffet chafing dish was vegan but it clearly had dairy which another employee later confirmed. Coming another time for dinner I asked for and was assured I'd get a vegan, combination thali plate altered so that it had no dairy. But it was served with raita.
In short, the food is quite tasty, and I'd definitely recommend it. But if you're vegan, you need to have some independent knowledge of what different Indian dishes contain.
Cons: Lax & careless over vegan vs. dairy, Informal diner-like decor