I love the Yellow Submarine – dedicated to all things Beatles (yes the band) this is just the rooftop kind of place that you want to sit back and lounge. In fact, most of my visits here have ended up crossing the 4-hour mark. Let us start with the beers, shall we? On my last visit, they had 5 of them on tap. 'The Porter', 'The Wit', 'The IPA', a 'Kolsch' and the 'Hefeweizen'. Take your pick based on your palate, because I liked them all. The 'Coconuta Women' is a large cocktail which comes with some fancy dry ice around it. It has coconut rum, tender coconut water, melon and cardamom powder and is a lovely drink. Now for the food – start with the 'Crispy Lotus Stem Chips' – these are quite addictive thanks to the sauce they are tossed in. The 'Onion Samosa with Hummus' is a surprisingly good combination. The 'Ghost Chilli Murgh Tikka' is not as spicy as you might think it is, a nicely. If you want some nice and simple old school munchies – then the 'Masala Papad' and the 'Peanut Masala' is what you want to order. For something a bit more substantial and brilliantly done – the 'Char Siu Pork Belly' is what you should go for. The 'Thai Curry' here is made from scratch and is worth every bite you take. For desserts, the indulgent 'Housemade Snicker Bar' and the 'Baked Cheesecake' are both winners.