This place, otherwise, popular for its banquet space has a large restaurant and bar spread over three seating areas- an outdoor space, an indoor section and a hookah and bar area on the first floor. The AC indoor section although staid offers privacy and is apt for family dining. The all-vegetarian menu is fairly exhaustive with offerings from Indian, Mexican, Italian and Chinese cuisines. The 'Cheesy Eclair' and 'Kalonji Broccoli' are innovative and worth trying. The 'Birbal Khichdi' is satiating, but a tad too greasy. Most of the Indian dishes are run-of-the-mill. It is the global fare which stands out and popular among the younger crowd. 'Paneer Burnt Garlic Rice' with 'Hunan Sauce' from the Combo section is something you may want to try. The 'Quesadilla' with vegetables and oodles of cheese is palate pleasing. Uninspiring desserts on offer, so a 'Kulfi Falooda' is your best bet. The service staff needs to be trained better although they are warm and polite.