As a pub, it can get packed and as noisy as a good pub should. Music can be really loud at times and will not be toned down. So, if you are looking to have a conversation, you may want to rethink. Let us start with the bar menu shall we - 'Kingfisher' is available on draught beer and goes up to a 5-litre tower which works well on the wallet when you are with a group of friends. All of the other popular beers are also available. Hard liquor, in all the popular options for whiskey, vodka, rum and tequila are yours to choose from. The place is quite famous for its classic cocktails and the 'Caipiroska' is one to go with. And, if you are deciding to abstain, then there are a range of mocktails to go with as well. Now getting to the food. If you are really into old school then the 'Peanut Masala' and the 'Papads' will keep you good company. Other bar favourites like the 'Nachos', 'Onion Rings', 'Chilli Garlic Prawn' and 'Chilli Chicken' make good accompaniments with your beer. Soup and Salad could be a way to go with a glass of wine perhaps. Choices include the 'Romaine Caesar Salad' or the 'Greek Salad with Feta Cheese'. Pair these with 'Manchow Soup' or perhaps the 'Roast Chicken with Scamorza Cheese'. Among the starters, the 'Andhra Style Pork Belly' is a great Indian twist to pork. There is also the 'Margarita Kulcha with Bloody Mary Dip' which is quite the surprise too. The more familiar food will be the 'Malai Chicken Tikka', the 'Tandoori Paneer', the 'Wallstreet Kasundi Fish' and the 'Chicken Wings with the Ranch Dip'. And, to end on a sweet note, the 'Hazelnut Mousse' is a good one. Be prepared for slow service on packed nights, especially Bollywood nights.