A cheerful looking place whose décor reflects its name. Looks young and hip and you would almost expect it to be a casual pub. Doesn’t serve alcohol though. The menu is eclectic and doesn’t focus on any theme. The Bombillo, deboned fried Bombay duck served with a soya-based Chinese sauce makes for a nice starter. The house recommended prawns on fire feature big and juicy fried prawns. The Goan potato chops fall flat though. The South African-inspired bunny chow makes for a good mains.