The elegant ambience makes quite an impression and the high glass windows posing panoramic views of the alfresco part of the restaurant, housed in a magical alfresco setting with the look and feel of an European cobblestone street surrounding a pretty garden, is magical. Cuisine wise the menu comprises flavours of the Mediterranean, South-East Asian, South American and Indian cuisine to tickle your senses. Apart from an incredible À la carte selection, which offers dishes like the Syrian beef and chicken 65 bunny chow, I would highly recommend their distinctive culinary concept of being your own master chef and let your imagination loose. Opt for the ‘Design your own Buffet’, where you can sample a variety of starters and soup on the table, which change every day and in the salad and main course section one can choose from a range of ingredients, sauces etc and try any mix and match; the ‘penne in kung pao sauce’, ‘spaghetti with butter chicken or hara masala’, ‘stir fried vegetables in garlic sauce’, ‘penne with keema’ are just a few examples. The truly decadent bong payesh and the sticky date pudding are a must-try on the dessert list.