A cosy, dim lit, simple place with Chinese lanterns, artistic elements and cane furniture accentuating the décor. The menu is really elaborate featuring Oriental, Pan Asian, Continental as well as Indian cuisine. However, it is advisable to go for Pan Asian as that is the restaurant’s USP. Start with the best sellers – 'Golden Fried Prawns', 'Paw Pia Tod', 'Silk Route Cumin Lamb' and 'Lan Zhou Chilli Basa Fish'. 'Oriental Greens' and 'Ma Po Tofu' are popular veg items. 'Chicken or Prawn Gaeng Khiao Wan Gai' is Thai Green or Red curry which is a signature dish here. For a light meal, dim sums are absolutely delightful as they come in various fillings. Here 'Shrimp and Chicken Har Gow' are the stars of the platter. Noodles and rice are offered in different flavours, each one loaded with fresh texture. If you are in a mood to have Biryani, you have the option from 'Lakhnawi', 'Hyderabadi' or 'Kashmiri Style' preparation. Sandwiches, kinds of pasta and pizzas are not disappointing either though nothing special about them. Round off with 'Honey Crisp Noodle' with 'Vanilla' or 'Darsan'. Overall, The Silk Route promises a memorable dining experience in a non-fussy ambience marked with warm service.