With a part of the café spilling into the lobby and the other section a bit secluded, this place offers two seating area options. The menu on a tab is placed before you and there are soups, salads, pizza, burgers, mains and desserts, to choose from, but the focus is undoubtedly on the Indian section. There is a breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet on offer as well. The food does not really have the wow factor and it tastes like regular fare. The chicken tikka lababdar is worth a try. The chole kulcha with pindi chana and a paneer kulcha is a hearty dish. The caramel custard for dessert with a creamy texture and the right element of sweetness is a pleasant surprise. The ‘healthy gourmet’ section on the menu is what unwittingly catches your attention as the dishes have the nutritive value of the ingredients mentioned. The staff is warm, but the service laid back.