This restaurant aims to bring the best of Indian and Chinese cooking together. The joint is trendy for the masalas and Manchurian specialities under one roof. The café looks more like a restaurant with attentive and cordial staff. The lacquered mahogany table and plush chairs are illuminated with some soft lighting from the overhead light fixtures. For starters, the fried kaju kababs are a must-try, with deep fried minced vegetables and cashews, completing the crisp-moist marriage seamlessly. The juicy chicken tikkas have just a hint of spices including lemon. The delicious gajar ka halva is topped with a dollop of vanilla ice cream.