What works: great vegetarian options, like the chana saag, and the best naan What needs work: Servers need to know what’s on the menu. Tips: Lunch buffet lets you try a bit of everything; dinner for more intimate meals.
What works: Hamachi Kama and All ’Bout Tuna are tasty. What needs work: slow service, noisy dining room, some overly complicated rolls Tips: Call ahead if you think it might be busy. Consider sitting at the bar.
What works: pork and chicken entrees, spinach rice and bacon spinach salad. What needs work: A little more salt would be nice, but you can add that yourself. Tips: You can email your order in, but remember to call and confirm. Great for take-out.
What works: sandwiches with great flavors, excellent spot to hang out What needs work: Parking can be a pain, but that’s what happens when a place is popular. Tips: The Monte Cristo is a dessert worth the calories.
What works: chicken-fried steak, orange juice, atmosphere What needs work: Customers can occasionally get lost in a bustling weekend breakfast service. Tips: Your entire party needs to be present to be seated.
What works: It’s flavorful food without overwhelming heat. The seafood court-bouillon is wonderful. What needs work: Uh ... it gets a little noisy? Honestly, that’s about it. Tips: It’s kind of hidden behind a bank. And parking can be tricky.