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It is one of those places people would happily call ‘a family restaurant'. The menu is uncomplicated, which is a big plus, but has to look at upgrading itself if it is to compete against some of the more popular barbecue joints in the city. What you get are fairly predictable dishes-grilled potatoes, corn, peppers or pineapple, grilled fish, burnt garlic fish, mutton shami kabab, kalmi kababs, etc. They also have soups (try the murgh dhaniya shorba), salads (tandoori aloo chaat), a decent range of main courses and desserts. Most people stick to the appetisers, but then again, a biryani or a Goan fish curry with rice wouldn't be amiss.