Monday, 26 August 2013


Red Hot Buffet, started by husband and wife team Parmjit and Helen Dhaliwal has branches in some major cities, though not yet in London. Went to the Milton Keynes branch well positioned with plentiful parking just in front of the restaurant, which is free after 6.30 pm. This is located on the first floor and has got extensive seating for over 320 customers.

There were separate sections for Indian, Chinese, Thai and Mexican with live stations in each section with chefs that cooked dishes anyway you wanted.

We had starters consisted of Indian bajias, chicken tikka and shish kebab which were all delicious and had various sauces and freshly made naan.

Loved the lamb rogan gosht and chicken tikka masala. Both were tender and well cooked and the curry with these very nice and spicy, especially the Bombay potatoes. Second round was the pilaf rice with the chicken Thai curry and the hot Szechuan chicken tempered with a bit of beef in black bean sauce.

Dessert consisted of a large selection of cakes gateaux and fresh fruit salad. Loved the crème brulee. Found the Tiramisu a bit too creamy. The children loved the chocolate fountain.
Overall, a very enjoyable experience and good variety of tasty food. The only down side was the red upholstered chairs and the red lighting which gave the whole restaurant a very oppressive feel---but I suppose that is to do with the “red “ of the Red Hot Buffet image.


Twitter: @RedHotWldBuffet

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