The big space just astonishes me but pleasantly. Patterned tiled floor and the candle drop chandeliers catch your eye. The interiors are very tastefully done with a lot of woodwork and yet keeping some pastel shades to kill the monotony. Large French windows, flowing green drapes and more makes it a nice place to bring your friends to dine. Coming to the menu, it is interestingly crafted with Global food but with a local taste. Sliced fish in hoisin sauce will make you lick your fingers. The food is appealing as much as the décor and overall you come out satisfied. The music is a bit too loud, especially in the evenings.