The main problem with this restaurant currently (March 2014) is that it is badly affected by the National Museum Construction. The street that it is on is closed, and you cannot see the name of the hotel it is in from the street, plus the entrance is on the side of the hotel directly next to the construction. Once we were in the neighborhood it took our taxi driver 15 - 20 minutes to find the location, even though he asked many people and called the restaurant twice!
The restaurant itself doesn't look like much. It's pretty small and very casual. We were there for lunch and they had a buffet, but we chose to order from their extensive menu. It's one of the longest and most diverse menus I've ever seen! I was unfamiliar with most of the dishes and we tried items that we've never had before.
The food itself was good Indian food. It wasn't something spectacular, but had good flavor and was satisfying. But, there are lots of Indian restaurants in Doha that have plenty of vegetarian choices that aren't as out-of-the-way, or as difficult to get to. If you want to support a vegetarian restaurant while in Doha - go here for a meal or two. But, if you are looking for a really wonderful meal, there are other good choices as well.
Rating this restaurant is difficult - I'm vacillating between three and four cows, and wish that we could pick a half-cow in our ratings.Pros: All vegetarian menu, Good prices, Huge menu