The décor inside is simple and unpretentious, but slightly dim. The furniture is made of dark wood and has comfortable, upholstered chairs. The oriental paintings along with the Ganesha statue depict the two cuisines that are served here. One of the Chinese dishes to try is the Singapore cereal prawn, which is made with whole wheat cereals and is crunchy on the outside and succulent in the middle. The restaurant claims that all the South Indian dishes served are cooked with spices which are home-made.
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