The name is a bit misleading as this place is more of a bar than a café. The décor is basic but the ambience lively. It offers two seating areas – indoor and outdoor, but both somewhat cramped. The food menu appears confused with a bit of several popular cuisines, but the variety is undeniable. Cocktails are clearly the focus and there are some quirky ones on offer. The vegetable sev masala cutlets are crisp, generously filled and surprisingly not oily. There is an array of kababs on offer in the Indian section of the menu. There is a lot to choose from in the mains too. The chicken paratha struck me as a unique and a complete meal in itself. For fans of Chinese food, the black bean paneer and mushroom, prawns butter garlic and Cantonese chicken, are the spicy options and worth a try. The hot beverages must clearly be avoided. The serving staff is helpful but harried.