The menu at Riviera seems to stuck in an early 90s coffee shop mode. A little bit of this, a little bit of that. From an "All American Breakfast" to 'Shredded Lamb in Hot Garlic Sauce' to 'Subz Handi', there is a little bit of everything. Which is why we made a beeline for the modern Indian menu and were pleasantly surprised at how good it was. We started our meal with the 'Rajma Chawal' fritters, which were piping hot and fabulous as well as the 'Chicken Keema Tacos', which were really delicious and we decided to order another portion of the same. We also tried the 'Pao Bhaji Stuffed Bun' and the 'Chicken Tikka Poutine'. These fusion flavours also worked well for both. Extremely polite staff, made up for scratchy cutlery.