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Darbar Indian Restaurant 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 including chicken, goat, and lamb biryani, mixed veggie tawwa, Delhi chicken, dessert offerings like ice cream, gulab jamun, and rasmalai, 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.
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