When you ascend two floors by the lift, you are transported into another world: the Persia-inspired white ceiling design, the high-backed white sofas, the clever breaking up of the vast interiors into spacious yet cosy corners are exceedingly intelligent. The three terraces and the lounge are connected to the main dining area. The restaurant scores big on diverse seating. Regular and private dining options, as well as a lounge, are up for grabs and hence you can choose accordingly. The menu classifies the dishes by main ingredient; thus, in chicken, you will find oriental, European and Indian. Similarly, in the section marked as 'vegetarian' there are dishes from all over the world.Ambrosia Bliss, right in the heart of CP, stands out from the crowd owing to its space. Its gigantic interiors can accommodate huge groups of diners at one go, even as the restaurant caters to all kinds of patrons. One can browse through neat piles of books and newspapers while waiting for his or her order or gape at the mesmerising CP skyline. The menu is a hat tip to gastronomic traditions across the globe and you will find 'Chinese Bhel' sharing space with everything from 'Tex Mex Salad' to 'Surf & Turf'. Equally delightful is the 'Chettinad Mutton' where southern spices brighten up your palate.