The little sister of fine-dining Italian, Diva, this is Chef Ritu Dalmia’s cheaper, more casual multicuisine cafe. Packed out during the day with ladies who lunch, it is easier to get a table in the evenings when the atmosphere is marginally more formal. You will find such Diva favourites as the classic spaghetti with oregano and tomato (Rs 380) and a delicate burrata-filled ravioli. But there are also salads, sandwiches and Indian dishes. The decor is stolen from London’s Le Caprice and Dalmia tries to infuse the restaurant with a similar trendy vibe. Like Le Caprice, Cafe Diva excels at simple dishes: sausages with mash, fish and chips, and excellent pizzas. The Indian food is interesting but less successful.