Leave visions of typical, high-quantity, low-quality lunch buffets at the door. Sure, the menu includes Subcontinental standards like tandoori, biryani and curries. But then diners can order from the "Two Step" section, one with the option of upsizing to the Texas portion. Step 1 is a selection of meats, cheese or vegetables. Step 2 allows patrons to choose a sauce, such as green curry, vindaloo or jalfarezi (bell peppers, onions and tomatoes). The heat of the entrées is customizable, ranging from the pedestrian medium to phall ("extra extra hot" à la a summer day in Kerala) for those with an adventurous streak. The best means of cooling your palate is to drink a mango lassi and scarf some of the namesake roti.