After a delicious brunch at Kashmir. BTW, the all-you-can-eat-buffet at Kashmir is a fantastic deal, my companion and I happily gorged ourselves on chicken tandoori and saag paneer al fresco this weekend for about $12 bucks each. We walked by Inq. after our meal and remembering the miserable experience we had at the place, I cannot figure out why they are packed for brunch. I won't repeat myself and what others have written about Inq but the food is expensive and not tasty and the service is sub-par. I just don't understand how good restaurants around town (attaining the trifecta of good service, good food and good value) can sit sparsely populated but a place like Inq has people lining up. I don't get it. Is it that I had one isolated bad experience that is not representative of the place?