Indian cuisine is known for the usage of peculiar spices, which create unimaginable tastes and flavors. Indian cooking also uses more vegetables than many other well-known cuisines, and boasts in a variety of local styles, as well as a traditional family style of each cooker. That is the reason why each restaurant, where you are going to have Indian dining, can offer you the same dishes, though different in their taste or decoration.
San Francisco is the city, boasting in a number and top quality of Indians buffets and restaurants, which come to the expectations of any fastidious Indian cuisine lover. Indian buffets offer proper lunches with all-you-can-eat, including vegetarian dishes, meat and lamb, nun-bread, salads and other items of true authentic Indian cuisine. The competition among the restaurants, offering Indian dining, is high and that is the reason why all of them do their best to satisfy all the needs and wishes of their guests.
When in San Francisco, have your Indian dining in Nan n'Curry, the restaurant situated in 478 O'Farrell (Jones). The restaurant specializes in the Indian and Pakistani cuisine and the menu consists of such simple but delicious Indian dishes, as nan stuffed with potato, nan stuffed with ground beef, plain nan layered with butter, roasted eggplant with onions, tomato, spices, lamb with bitter lemon, skewered ground beef cooked in a clay oven, and rice pudding. At the Nan n's Curry you are supposed to have good and nutritious Indian dining for the safest price (from one dollar up to eight dollars for a dish) in a cozy homelike atmosphere. The restaurant is open seven days per week from noon to midnight.
Another famous option for those, who prefer good Indian dining, is Shalimar, located in 532 Jones St (Geary/O'Farrell), San Francisco.
The menu includes such delicacies as chick peas in red sauce & butter, eggplant, onions & tomatoes, tandoori beef cubes, tandoori lamb chops, chicken korma and Indian rice pudding.
Do not miss the India Palace in your list of places, where you can have your Indian dining. The tiny and cozy restaurant will offer you the first-class Indian food along with wine for three dollars per glass and corkage priced at six dollars. The lunch buffet at the India Palace often contains one lamb and one chicken dish, a number of vegetarian dishes, nan-bread, rice, raita (cucumber and yoghourt), dessert, and coffee or tea for six dollars and ninety five cents all. The restaurant is placed in 1740 Fillmore St (Post) and open seven days per week; the dinner is served from 11am-10:30pm.
The last in our list but not the least option for proper Indian dining in San Francisco will be Tandoori, the restaurant with lunch buffet, which offers simple, inexpensive, but well-prepared food. The lunch buffet usually includes a lamb and a chicken dish, a number of vegetarian dishes, nan-bread, rice, raita (cucumber and yoghourt), dessert, and coffee or tea, all for five dollars and ninety five cents.
It is worth mentioning that Indian restaurants with buffets are especially popular among those, who are on a business trip, as their lunch can turn into a successful start for business negotiations, or for those, who want to have a good lunch during a full time working day. The lunch at one of the Indian buffets will be pleasant to the eye, substantial and encouraging to experience other Indian dishes.