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Moghul Indian Cuisine Restaurant Review: Moghul Indian Cuisine is worth the trip to busy State Road 436. In an unassuming strip of mostly fast-food places, it’s easy to miss the little spot. The interior is clean, quiet and sparse (in a good way), with courteous servers and a waitstaff that actually seems to care about your dining experience. Cuisine is popular mughlai, or Northern Indian. If you want to try a taste of everything, go for the lunch buffet: chicken korma, saag paneer, aloo mutter and more. At dinner, if you order a dish “Indian hot,” you’ll get it. A fun way to dine is with an assortment of breads (naan, roti, paratha, kulcha and poori), sides such as mango pickle and raita, and appetizers like the chicken pakora and oven-baked lamb chops. Then share a single entrée (plenty for two), maybe the fork-tender chicken tandoori, marinated overnight with yogurt and spices then cooked in a clay oven and arriving sizzling on a bed of crisp onions. Vegetarians may choose from more than a dozen items --- try the navratan shahi korma, mixed vegetables with homemade cottage cheese in a mild creamy cashew and almond curry sauce. Classic desserts include kulfi (ice cream) and gulab jamun pastry. There’s a modest wine list, beers including Taj Mahal, and the mango lassi.