My wife & I had Swagat's well known lunch buffet. It's huge. One station has a sign labeling it for appetizers & soups. There is a long hot table with various offerings. I was befuddled with all the unfamiliar Indian names of dishes, & it was helpful to have little signs explaining the contents.
Usually, when I was about half way through the goodies on my plate, I could no longer remember what I was eating. I just knew it was delicious. Seasoning ranged from mild to spicy. It was good to have an occasional bite of salad greens or other raw vegetables between bites of cooked items.
I wanted to try everything, but it was not possible, particularly because I decided that I would sample their desserts. Desserts included an egg custard similar to Mexican flan, mango sherbet & bread pudding. Their were a couple other treats, but I was out of room.
Service was prompt & courteous. A couple notes of caution: 1) This is not a cheap fast food lunch. Unless you're rich, you're not going to eat here every other day. 2) This spread presents a very serious invitation to overeat. (I accepted the invitation.)
Beyond the great food, the setting guarantees that I give Swagat the full 5 stars. I hate eating where it's noisy. This restaurant has a lot of seating, & they had lots of customers that day, but it was not noisy. There was Indian music playing quietly in the background, & we were very comfortable.
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