India Oven lets its guests choose over and over again. With a full lunch and dinner buffet, diners can choose from a bounty of both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes. And each buffet—both cost less than $10—comes with unlimited garlic naan, tandoori chicken, Indian tea, and mango lassi, ensuring cravings are sated more efficiently than with an in-brain chef. But the buffet is just one highlight of the restaurant, as it also features a full menu. For another type of culinary variety, try the tandoori dinner, which includes chicken tikka, shish kebab, tandoori chicken, and curry accompanied by naan, rice, and chutney. For those who are somehow still hungry after all this, the restaurant also offers a selection of desserts including kulfi, an Indian-style ice cream, and gulab jamon, homemade cheese balls in scented syrup.