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This place is a landmark of the area and has been there for ages. Old-timers still prefer this place over a lot of new age restaurants; however, it has somehow lost its charm over on the new age diners. The decor is minimalistic with old chairs and tables along with table linen. The taste of the food, however, has remained unchanged over the years. Every dish has a comforting thing about it. Nothing fancy, no fusion, just plain old good food. Try the 'Jhinga Butter Masala' which comes with plump prawns in a light masala gravy along with a butter naan and you are sorted. The kebabs are all done brilliantly too.