Olive Garden is a bit of a pleasant surprise. The décor follows a template straight out of the 90s, and the menu is fairly conventional. However, the service is pleasant and the food tastes pretty decent. The 'Lal Maas' has little similarity with the Rajasthani dish, but it is perfectly enjoyable. In a similar vein, the 'Kashmiri Naan' turned out to be a regular Indian bread that’s stuffed with tutti frutti. This is not a place you would travel along a long distance for. However, it is quite all right for a non-fussy meal when you’re in the neighbourhood. The restaurant gets quite crowded during the afternoon owing to the economical lunch buffet that is quite popular with the corporates in the vicinity.