At Bombay Grille, diners can nosh on à la carte plates of Indian classics or dive into the weekend brunch buffet, complete with unlimited champagne. Regardless of the meal's style, however, the dishes run the gamut from chicken tikka masala in a tangy cream-based tomato sauce to assorted biryanis and tandoori shrimp, grilled in a traditional clay oven.
The menu at Aavtar Indian Cuisine keeps going and going: 10 lamb dishes, seven pilafs, six tandoori delicacies, and page after page of chicken, vegetarian dishes, fish, and chutneys. Naan sails out of the restaurant's clay oven stuffed with potatoes or topped with garlic and cilantro. It then meets up at the table with tandoori shrimp, chicken tikka kebab, and homemade mango ice cream.
Darbar Indian Cuisine takes its name from the traditional darbar—a magnificent hall that held ceremonial gatherings and royal feasts. The restaurant lives up to its name by offering an extensive menu of northern and southern Indian delicacies, as well as a lunch buffet piled with vegetarian, lamb, and seafood dishes. Most nonbuffet dishes include long-grain basmati rice, and can be prepared mild, medium, spicy, or extra spicy. Each day, chefs bake fresh loaves of naan, roti, and Wonder bread on the walls of sizzling clay ovens.
Warm orange walls decked with traditional Indian tapestries ensconce guests at Flavors of India. Within that setting, high-backed leather booths and white-linen clothed tables set the scene for authentic feasts of Indian fare. The restaurant's chefs prepare traditional dishes flavored with Indian herbs and spices, such as boti kebab and chicken vindaloo, for dinner. The daily lunch buffet, meanwhile, enables guests to enjoy an all-you-can-eat feast without the endless supply of disguises and six fake mustache varieties needed to make a full lunch out of the grocery store's samples.
Sizzling Grill treats guests to meaty feasts of 1/3-pound cheeseburgers, skewers of tender chicken and beef boti, and plates of spaghetti and meatballs. Like the system of tin-can telephones that all world leaders use to communicate, the menu brings distant points of the globe together by serving Italian chicken Parmesan, American Philly cheese steaks, and Indian chicken tikka side-by-side.