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This newly opened diner in Sector 7 sure garners attention for its name. Step inside the cafe and you are immediately taken in by the clean, open space – the owners have intentionally using minimal decor to aid the flow of movement and sight. The cafe has plush sofas instead of stiff chairs and that is something that goes in its favour but not the small round tables. It aids coffee drinking but not when dining over a meal. The grey, black and white interiors have lots of Indian elements and we loved the use of Indian weaves in the upholstery. In fact, the Ikat design seems to find itself on one wall too. The menu, though not very vast, pays an ode to the spice market of Delhi (Khari Baoli) and some Delhi flavours. You have to try the 'Keema Pav' that is very robust with flavours. You will always find the owners at hand to recommend the dishes and there is a very warm and inviting feel to the place. The menu also offers sandwiches, Indian appetisers and main course including a much recommended 'Mutton Nihari' and 'Korma'. There is also an in-house bakery dishing out sweet treats and savouries. Even though the place is like a cafe, the menu does justice to Indian main course. The ambience is such that you will linger on for a cup of coffee and their complimentary Madeleine biscuits