I admit when a colleague and I went to this restaurant we expected Tibetan food but once we say the menu we were pleasantly surprised by the breadth of Indian food offered. The restaurant looked clean and the tables were set with read cloth napkins - it was very inviting. The staff was pleasant and well dressed. We looked at the buffet but decided to order off the menu. We were impressed by the variety of Indian food offered. The items were clearly described and divided as northern or southern Indian cuisine. We each ordered different meals - she had a saffron, grilled chicken and dried fruit meal, and I had stewed chicken with cardamon, curry, and basil. They were both very good - but they did tend to play the seasoning on the safe side (I asked for it hotter, but my coworker was really specific about it not being spicy - so I was not surprised mine was not fire engine hot). The flavor of the food was really rich and well balanced, it was well presented, with jasmine rice with seasonings. We also ordered bread and papadam which was very good. Finally we had carrot pudding which was amazing. I have lived in Norman for a year and really missed a great Indian restaurant. I was so impressed I was surprised. The buffet also seemed like a good deal and looked fresh even until 9 pm at night. We will try that the next time.