Holly and I were planning on meeting up with Midtownlunch Zach for a lunch adventure, but unfortunately it fell through. So we took a cue from his latest post and went to Kashmir Buffet. Upstairs $5.99/lb take out. Downstairs in the cave, all you can eat $7.99. Plenty of selections including kabab, chicken tikka, lamb and my favorite, saag spinach. The dessert goop is tasty. I came in thinking this place would be really sketchy, but I found it pretty fancy. I’m sure that’s just my taste. I grew up at Disney World and the fake cave rock walls are second nature to me. They had two big TVs. One playing a Bollywood movie and the other playing All My Children. I enjoyed it. The dining room was empty which I like, but I understand when Zach says that’s something to wonder about.
Kashmir Restaurant – 601 8th Ave (btw 39th & 40th St) New York, NY 10018
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