The erstwhile Atria underwent a lovely change to come to Radisson Blu Atria. Along with that came a really interesting set of dining options. One of them is Tijouri, quite literally a little jewel box safely tucked away that more people need to hear about. Tijouri is a north Indian restaurant that does not claim to stick to the authentic but does serve up some really good, hearty food. You can make a start with either the 'Tomato Dhaniya Shorba' or the 'Mutter Pudina Shorba'. 'Kozhi Rasam' is also a great pick, especially if you want something that warms you from within. Among the starters, the 'Malai Broccoli' is what I really liked. And the 'Meen Masala Fry', a shallow fried fish in South Indian spices are great picks. Among the main course dishes, the 'Nalli ki Salan' with some 'Khasta Roti' makes for a great meal. If you have liked a drink at the "Whisky Bar", you can make a request and the staff will bring it down for you.