At best 2 stars. Have had their biryani, that was ok, and a chicken dish that was inedible. No thanks.
I recently asked my dry cleaning lady, who is Indian, were to go for Indian food. She said try Sher-e-Punjab. She must have some sort of interest in that place because all I can say is that the buffet was awful. Diced potatoes with canned green beans in a greasy brown sauce, shredded cabbage in a similarly oil-ladened sauce, bland and watery paneer, all dark meat tandoori chicken, and rather dry basmati rice, Worst of all, everything tasted as if they reuse the leftovers all week long. As an aside. It was kinda comical watching a number of patron come, walk to back of the restaurant, look at the buffet food, and promptly walk out of the building.
Am I too hard of a reviewer? Not if you consider the fact that some of my friends and I have eaten all over the country. Look! Overall, Tucson is sorely lacking in good cuisine, period.
Simply put: The buffet food is way too bland tasting.
I've really enjoyed eating here for dinner, but the buffet that everyone is raving about was REALLY DISSAPOINTING. Have the people who love this buffet ever had the buffet at Sher-E-Punjab??? It's TEN TIMES better, more variety, and cheaper.
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