Step onto this rooftop space and you will find it flanked on either side by two food trucks – out of one is dispensed your drinks and out of the other comes to your food. The menu is compact – two pages to food and two to alcohol and it is really all you need. Starting off with the cocktails, we had the 'KA-05 Jayanagar' which was a shandy of sorts with 'KF Premium' and 'Limca'. This works well, but I would have liked KF Ultra used maybe? We also had the 'KA-60 RT Nagar' which was a balanced mix of Gin, Pomegranate juice, orange and basil. We started off with the 'Chana Jor Garam', which comes with some lemon for you to squeeze on. Spicy, but so spot on with a drink. The 'Bohri Samosa' is a great pick too. Steaming hot when it comes, the chutney alongside is nice. And, if you want a real smack in the mouth, the 'Naga Tangdi Kebab' is one of those set your mouth on fire types but so good with a beer. You can follow this up with some 'Dahi Ke Pithore', 'Gram Flour Cutlets' with yogurt, a tamarind sauce and sev on top. Next, you could try the 'Chicken Chintamani', a dry roast chicken that is placed on a Nipattu biscuit. They have a good rendition of the haleem here – lovely texture. And to wrap up the meal, the 'Flourless Chocolate Cake, with Raspberry Coulis'. There are so many things I hope to try next time – the 'Ros Omelette', the 'Goan Sausage Bread', 'Butterwala Chicken Kebab' and the 'Ghee Arbi Roast'.