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As the name goes, the décor is all cycle-theme based. From wheels in varying sizes up on the wall, (that kids will have a field day playing with) to the history of cycles being displayed in the form of paintings, lighting fixtures made from cycle parts and cycles themselves dangling from the walls, this place has a number of Instagram friendly spots for you to work with. The menu is quite vast. We began with the Quiche of the Day, which happened to be the Spinach and Corn. A very sizable portion, along with a fresh salad with a balsamic dressing. There is no scrimping on the filling, just the way it should be. I cannot resist when I see 'Goan Pork Chorizo' and this one was with 'Pao'. So, that came next. It did not taste like it was from a commercial packet of chorizos and so I asked. Turns out they make it in-house! We then moved to the 'Chipotle Chicken Bao' – soft bao, though firm enough to hold in the ample filling. The chipotle sauce is slightly tangier than it should be but nevertheless, this made for a good dish. We asked for some plain bao and finished the chorizos with it. The 'Chicken Onion Rings' sounded very intriguing and so that was ordered. Shaped like large arancini, this one is a spicy chicken filling over onion rings that are deep fried in a crunchy batter. Perfect with beers that we were nursing. Besides the beers, the bar whips up some great 'Kaffir Lime and Ginger Collins' and the 'Lemon Ice Tea' can be a great way to close for the day.