I was pleasantly surprised by the inexpensive buffet lunch. Evening menu lists many unusual "fusion" dishes. Location is immediately North of the Yonkers library on Central Park Avenue (same side of the street).
Although the buffet is still undergoing "growing pains", I found the food fresh, tastey and well prepared. The addition of a freshly prepared Roti/nan would be nice, even with a price adjustment (you can always order a Roti or dessert separately).
Evening menu looked unusually interesting with many "fusion" dishes. This restaurant supplies Zabar's and other high end stores in Manhattan and Queens.
The owner and his wife are warm, gracious people who know their food and made me feel very comfortable. The interior is well decorated with a number of notable photographs/paintings/decorations.
Westchester needed a good lunch buffet, and with a $7 price tag, in a central location, its hard to beat.