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Change of management at A Taste of India


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Change of management at A Taste of India

FelafelBoy | May 26, 2006 02:38 AM

I don't know if this is true, which is why I am asking for feedback from other sources that are reliable.

I heard that there was a management change at A Taste of India located at the Gateway Shopping Center in Wayne. Is this true?

If so, has anyone noticed a change in the food offering particularly for their acclaimed lunch buffet?

I have noticed in the last year the place has cut back on salad, entree, and dessert selections (just by a few) at its lunch buffet. Whereas there used to be four or five "complete" vegetable dishes (paneer in a soup of heavy cream sauce doesn't fit my idea of a complimentary vegetable selection), in recent visits, the trays for those dishes now hold breads, and potatoes. So, since they always have dal makhani (normally in alot of buttery sauce), and chicken dishes, there now seem to be fewer other vegetable dishes to go around. (Even with the much smaller crowds at Gateway to India, that restaurant offers more "complete" vegetable entrees in its lunch buffet, where one could easily make a full and satisfying meal out of that combined with one other selection. A few weeks back, GTI had as one of its lunch buffet dishes an okra dish that could have easily made a full and satisfying compliment to the tandoori chicken. The way it was prepared made it almost a full dish in itself. I'd think A Taste of India could easily do the same.}

Has anyone else noticed this?

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