This casual dining place with basic décor and a relaxed vibe is located in a quiet lane. The indoor seating area is small and a bit congested, but suitable for family dining, whereas the outdoor space is more cheerful and café-esque. The menu is fairly limited and offers Indian cuisine with a few European choices too. Soups, salads, sandwiches and pasta is what you can expect to have here, other than the usual Indian fare. Peshawari Cholay, Paneer Lababdar With Rotis or A Laccha Cheese Kulcha are your safest bets. The Chicken Dhansak Rice is a wee bit disappointing as the dhansak is overly spiced and all other flavours are subdued. For rice lovers, there is a Chicken Tikka Biryani And Chicken Fried Rice. If in a rush, opt for Keema Pav. The portions are decent and value-for-money but the food is not high on flavours. The bar menu offers drinks which are easy-on-the wallet and that is what gets in the younger crowd. Desserts are uninspiring. Gulab Jamun and Kulfi are worth a try if you want to indulge your sweet cravings. The service is slow and inattentive.