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This restaurant replaces the short-lived Mr Baozi. The red door is eye-catching and the lively place at the basement greets you with a modern décor and aesthetic bric-a brac. The fusion theme is somewhat apparent in the décor too. Varied seating in the form of couches, high tables and community tables is available here. The well-stocked bar is impressive. The menu offers fusion Indian food with a western twist. Strangely, Oriental cuisine also finds its way into the menu. Red Velvet Dhoklas, Chicken Tikka Sev Puri, Resham Murg Tikka, Motichur Tarts with Elaichi Foam are some of the highlights. Street Style Chicken Satay and Burnt Garlic Paneer are popular among Oriental dishes. The food is easy-on-the-wallet and that is a huge attraction. However, the food does not keep up to the promise in terms of flavours. Apart from being gimmicky, the Indian dishes tend to be a tad rich and greasy. The innovative streak of the chefs, however, is laudable. The service is a bit slow and the staff needs to be better equipped to deal with guests.