The Finch leans towards all global and regional Indian cuisines in equal measure. Having said that, it manages to do a great job familiarising curries, stir-fries and steamed fare from far-flung corners of the globe and even the hinterlands of our own country to a mainstream audience. A dish called 'Chicken Elettaria' wends its way to the top of the non-vegetarian main course page, which enlightens diners about its Punjabi roots and green-cardamom leaning flavour profile. The menu actually offers snapshots of regional Indian cuisines in fun and interesting ways. For instance, there is 'Misa Maach Poora' on the menu, a dish of orange-flavoured prawns, grilled in mustard oil and spices, that traces its provenance to Mizoram and carves out a new space for itself in the north Indian dining scene. One of the bonus points of having a meal in the restaurant is its live music. Live bands are a regular feature at this GK-2 facility, helping you unwind to the beats of foot-tapping tunes.