It is located on the 10th floor and that gives it a great advantage. The view of partially developed Rajarhat from the glass façade, spread across one side of this beautiful and classy all day dining is simply stunning. Soft pastel shades, light coloured furniture, straight lines and a very attractive placing of the buffet counters gives a very pleasant feeling. I have always been quite averse to buffet food but I had to change my opinion here. This place thrives on its buffet. The Sunday brunch is lavish, where most of the food is in live counters. From grills, paellas, kebabs, chaat, stir-fries and much more; the food from pan to a plate is always more delicious. Sundays are also the time when you get options for a huge variety of seafood as well as different kinds of fish. The 'Kebabs' are melt in the mouth and the 'Asian Stir-fry Squids' are just rightly done. This is one buffet which is worth taking the effort to drive all the way to Rajarhat from town.