Remember the food your favourite aunt serves you? You can now replicate the same experience in YWCA, stuck as it is between two worlds. On one side is the Free Church with its well-tended lawns; on the other, the offices of public sector enterprises. YWCA Kitchen is a home away from home for the young international travellers who stay there and who want a taste of Indian food off the beaten track. So, there is mac and cheese as well as Ema Datsi, the Bhutanese staple. Expect culinary surprises from as far apart as Goa, Assam and Coorg, but the star of the show is the shrimp steamed in a hollow bamboo's Sungat Diye Misa Mas.