Spread across multiple levels, Chhalava is better for a night out than quiet lunches, only because the music is just so loud. And unfortunately, the food does not make it any better. The 'Kebabs' are at best average – the 'Tandoori Malai Chaap' was way too chewy while the 'Melt In The Mouth Lamb Kebab' was hardly melt-in-the-mouth. However, the 'Pappadum Dahi Kebab' was absolutely delicious. You are better off sticking to the Indo-Chinese menu what with the 'Golden Fried Prawns' and 'Honey Chilli Potatoes' that were both as good as you would get at any Chinjabi place. If you are looking to eat something substantial avoid the pasta altogether, as they are completely Indianised. Instead, opt to eat the 'Shredded Chicken' in 'Hot Garlic Sauce' or the 'Vegetable Manchurian' with either the 'Chilli Garlic Noodles' or the 'Vegetable Fried Rice'. Try the 'Magic Flower Pot' for dessert, that is really quite quirky and will bring a smile to your face after the most average meal.