Hailing from India, Khazana's chefs build a procession of traditional Northern Indian cuisine, often firing their dishes in a clay tandoor oven. They assemble a menu of regional beef, lamb, vegetarian, and seafood entrees infused with authentic spices, as well as a lunchtime buffet brimming with more than 20 sample-ready items. Glasses overflow with drinks such as imported and local beers, wines, cocktails, and lassi, a popular yogourt drink packed with more cultures than a model U.N.
Khazana's name translates to "treasure" in English, and staffers imbue their restaurant's spiced dishes and rustic decor with greater royalty than a hug from a lion. Diners sit at thick bare-wood tables surrounded by decorative Indian tapestries, vases, and tile art. A central open fireplace warms guests with crackling flames emerging from a paved stone pit.