The warm ambience and spacious seating of this restaurant makes it an apt place for family dining. The menu running into several pages offers ample options, both non-vegetarian and vegetarian. Soups, appetisers, mains, rice, noodles and desserts, are what expectedly comprise the menu. It is the molecular gastronomy page that takes you by surprise, as it appears incongruous. The food, typically Indian Chinese of yesteryears, is flavourful and unpretentious, sans any frills. Chicken Peking soup, a thick soup which is well-spiced and has oodles of chicken, is a great way to start your meal. Black Pepper Chicken And Red Chili Pepper Fish are bound to tantalise your taste buds. Vegetarians can enjoy the Twin Pepper Potatoes Or Hunan Sesame Mushrooms. For mains, Prawns In Chili Oyster Sauce pair well with Hong Kong Fried Rice. The more adventurous can opt for the Chicken Mandarin Noodles which are aromatic and packed with flavours. Burnt Exotic Vegetables On Hot Wok is worth a try. A fair amount of desserts on offer, but none Chinese. The service staff though polite and helpful needs to be better trained.