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Blk Plus Wht does a fairly expansive pan-Asian buffet with enough choices to keep large groups of diners from nearby offices satisfied. The good thing is that they also do an a la carte menu, for when people like me who do not always have the ability to do justice to a buffet. If you are planning to have a multi-course meal, then from the soups, you can opt for the 'Tom Yum' for a spice hit and the 'Javanese Soto Ayam', if lemon and kaffir lime are your thing. As with most dishes on the menu, every option is available in chicken or prawn, and vegetarian as well. Among the starters, there are quite a few that stand out – the 'Tofu Chilli Pepper with Five Spice Salt', The 'Lotus Stem with Honey Chilli', the 'Crispy Lamb with Spicy Tomato Sambal' as well as the 'Duck with Thai Roasted Chilli Paste'. From the Indian section, the 'Akhrot Aur Kamal Ki Seekh' are great options. The 'Lamb Bao' is great for two people. This comes with sliced lamb and a tomato chilli sambal. Really nice to have a lamb that is flavourful and not chewy. There is a wide range of Asian grills and curries to choose from. I went with the 'Burmese Curry' with lime and Potatoes, with Chicken. The curry was great. The Indian segment has all the usual suspects on it from 'Murgh Makhni', to 'Laal Maas', to 'Sabz Panchratan' and more. Some interesting desserts to be had – the 'Apple Fritters with Blueberry Compote' and the 'Roasted Almond Alphonso'. The restaurant does have an alcohol menu. I stuck with some generic beers and mocktails. It was the last of the mango season and the two mango based ones we had were really nice.