This is a small restaurant just a little before the Iskcon Cross Roads. It is mainly known for its North Indian non-vegetarian food. The interiors of this place have just been renovated with sea green walls, and grey, black and brown chairs and tables. The interiors here are simple and mostly functional. The service is good and the food quite varied, so, though it is a restaurant serving predominantly North Indian and Mughlai food it also has quite a few dishes of Chinese cuisine. Unfortunately, when the restaurant was renovated they did away with the toilet so if you want to use the washroom, there is not one in this restaurant. The food here is tasty, especially the different biryanis they serve, the 'Dum Pukht Biryani' served in the clay pot, the 'Handi Biryani' and the 'Hyderabadi Biryani'. Do order the 'Mutton Nargisi Kofta', which is a minced meat stuffed with a boiled egg. Try the 'Akbari Tikkas', they come in 3 versions - Fish, Chicken and Paneer. You could also try the 'Mile Jule Kebab', which is a mutton and chicken mince kebab.