This small and cosy café exudes a casual vibe and is a hotspot for the younger crowd. The seating, albeit limited, is spread over two levels and offers ample privacy. The menu essentially offers Indian and global comfort food with some fusion elements. Vegetarian options abound. The 'Creamy Broccoli Almond Soup' is the perfect way to start one’s meal. The 'Herby Chicken Salad with Chicken and Veggies in a tangy dressing' is worth trying, as is the light and refreshing, fatoush. The 'Cheesy Stuffed Mushrooms' is apt if you are in a mood to be indulgent. Plenty of sandwich and pizza options here for a quick meal. Try the 'Baked Cannelloni' here, which is well-made and satiating. The seafood offerings are a let-down as the fish used here is only Basa. The 'Spinach Chicken Curry' with 'Rice' is delicious and a complete meal. 'Nutty Brownie' and 'Creme Brulee' are good options for desserts. The service staff is polite and helpful, although a bit confused. This place does not serve alcohol.