The restaurant on Road Number 45 Jubilee Hills has an attached bar and can accommodate around 200 people. It serves dishes from different regions of India. The menu is segregated into Andhra, Telangana, Punjab, Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan sections with a large number of items under each. As a result, this place is very popular with large groups as there is something for everyone. The Punjabi food here is the top draw with popular dishes such as 'Murgh Angar', 'Paneer Khurchan' and 'Patiyala Kadai Murgh'. Among the Rajasthani food, 'Lal Maas' is a top attraction for me. They have a good collection of pulav including traditional Andhra-style ones like 'Konaseema Mamsam Pulav' as well as a fusion 'Chef’s Special Pulav' using butter chicken gravy. From Bengali section, my favourites are the well-prepared 'Kobiraji Cutlet' as well as 'Siraji Mutton' a Park Circus style dish. If you like the Kolkata Chinese food, you will be delighted to find a small sub-section dealing with dishes from Tyangra, Kolkata’s Chinatown.