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This restaurant, right next to the massive Brigade Millennium, can be quite a discovery considering it does not make too loud a noise, announcing its presence. The menu carries the entire gamut of Indian, Chinese and continental dishes, ensuring that you have a lot of choices. It is interesting that most of the soups on the menu are clear ones – I prefer them that way so that they do not fill me up too much. The 'Celery And Broccoli Soup' is a good pick. I honestly could not resist it trying it when I saw it on the menu – the 'Curd Rice Tikki' is definitely something, to begin with. Crisp little roundels of seasoned curd rice in a crispy batter coated deep fried cutlet. The batter is spicy and offsets the mildness of the curd rice. A really nice one to begin with. Ask for the 'Chelo Kebab' even if you do not spot it on the menu. A very well done version it is. The 'Caribbean Vegetarian Kufteh Sizzler' is a good one to go with for the vegetarians at the table. So is the 'Paneer Lababdar' with 'Rotis'. I love Seafood kinds of pasta and decided to go with it in marinara sauce. Always sceptical about how multi-cuisine restaurants would make their pasta, this one worked well. While it did not have mussels as the menu said, it was loaded with shrimp and squid, besides fish and the sauce was well done. The 'Nasi Goreng' we ordered was a good choice and came with 'Prawn Crackers'. The 'Chicken Satay' served along with it was fair. Desserts are not an extravagant affair but done well – pick from brownies, caramel custard and the like.