Bombay Sweets & Pure Vegetarian Restaurant
The $4.50 all-you-can-eat vegetarian buffet here also includes crispy papadum
and bubbly hot
bread. You can use the straight-out-of-the-oven nan to shovel the luxuriously buttery saag paneer
straight into your mouth. The lentil stews called dahl
s on the buffet line are extraordinary; there's one made with green lentils and tomatoes and another with yellow lentils and lots of spices. Try them both over the Punjabi rice, which is spiked with herbs, spices and green peas. And don't miss the velvety miniature stuffed eggplant fried in chick-pea batter and served in a spicy tomato-ginger sauce. Kadhi pakora
, crusty graham flour dumplings that look like chunks of meat floating in a yogurt-based yellow curry, is another standout. And the black-eyed pea masala
is incredibly spicy. In truth, you can hardly go wrong with any of the featured dishes. Sure, it's a vegetarian restaurant, but the food is so good, you won't even notice there isn't any meat.