What you will instantly love about 23@43 at The Oterra is the ambience. The restaurant has a massive floor to ceiling walls and a part of the restaurant has a roof of glass as well. This brings in so much of natural light, that breakfast or brunch here can be so relaxing. If you here for breakfast, it has the entire gamut and quite a few healthy options as well. The live counters do up everything from eggs to waffles to dosas and puris, so you are sure to have a sumptuous start to the day. From the all-day dining menu and if you are opting for the a la carte – the 'Tom Kha' is exceptionally good and the 'Mushroom Consommé' definitely lives up to a good standard. The 'Grilled Tenderloin' served up with 'Hasselback Potatoes', or the 'Confit Chicken Leg with Olive Oil Mash' are ones to try. The 'Spaghetti Carbonara' and the 'Linguini Putanesca' are great pasta options. Among the Asian options, the 'Gong Ba Mushrooms', the 'Braised Tofu' and the 'Stir-fried Asian Greens' should find their way their way to your table. The Indian section has a lot, and the tandoori dishes is a great section to explore. My picks would be the 'Gomanshu Aloo' and the 'Malai Broccoli' as well as the 'Gilafi Seekh Kebab'. The Deep Bowls have some lovely choices – 'The Pork Pandi Curry', the 'Udupi Korma' and really nice 'Baingan Bharta'. There are also biryanis and burgers to partake of. When at the buffet the desserts are plenty to choose from. If you are going a la carte, the 'White Chocolate Caramel Walnut Brownie' is lovely as is the 'Angoori Rasmalai'.