I tried not to take it personally when we walked through the door of our new Indian eatery; the gentleman waiting ahead of us was already complaining about the lack of service. But I was really, really craving some Chicken Tikka Masala. We ignored it and was seated at a table, due to the lack of booths available (which I had requested). Immediately our server suggested we have the buffet for dinner, since the wait for menu entrees was 40 minutes. Seriously? Despite the buffet's lack of Chicken Tikka Masala, we both ordered the buffet. The buffet was okay. We had naan served to us at the table. Salad was weak, picked through. Hot dishes were not refreshed or refilled once during our dining experience--the chicken curry was just sauce (it was lacking meat); it had been picked out by carnivorous diners. A roasted chicken dish (no name tag) was lukewarm, at best. The host inquired about our dinner, and I commented that I was disappointed that the wait for entrees was 40 minutes. He responded that it was actually about an hour & fifteen minutes--they had a large take out order. So I guess my advice is to order take-away from Bombay Grille; perhaps your order will have a higher priority than if you were dining in. Was it tasty? I guess. Everything gets mixed together when eating from a buffet. Will we return? Probably not. Anyone have a good recipe for Chicken Makhani? At least when I cook for myself, I know my meal is a priority.