As you enter this restaurant you will be impressed with the amount of space it has including lots of parking space. @Mango is a restaurant at two levels and together it is a 230 cover restaurant which runs to overflowing capacities on weekends, holidays and even on weekdays, one might have to wait for a table in the evenings. Lavishly done up with a huge garden, this was actually a mango orchard before it was converted into a restaurant. In fact, mango trees still outline the property. The interiors here are done up in cream, beige and browns with wooden furniture. It has tall windows on both sides with beautiful wooden frames which overlook the well done up gardens. The restaurant also has 2 water bodies with colourful fish in it. This is a vegetarian restaurant and it serves a variety of cuisines. It also has an open stone oven built in the lower restaurant. The oven is heated by wood so you get a genuine wood-fired pizzas here. My recommendations for the food here: Try the 'Parmesan Cheese Soup'. It looks plain white like milk but it tastes heavenly. Maybe the restaurant will be changing the presentation of the soup as the consultants of the restaurant have changed now. Also, have the 'Cigar Rolls' as starters and if you like cheese, there are many cheese starters here. Order the 'Sichuan Paneer Tikka' or the 'Lahore Ke Mashur Kebab'. Do also try the 'Wood-fired Thin Crust Pizzas' here.