This restaurant, known for its robust North Indian and Mughlai food, has basic décor but a relaxed vibe. The well-spaced out seating area is comfortable and offers enough privacy. A hotspot for families, owing to its affordably priced food, it is packed for lunch and dinner. Although this place is synonymous with Punjabi food, there is a section offering Chinese fare too. The menu is exhaustive with a fair amount of options for vegetarians. The 'Chicken Jehangiri Shorba' is worth starting off with. The 'Kaju Methi Roll' and 'Shammi Kababs' particularly stand out among starters. The 'Paneer Hara Pyaza' and 'Subzi Uttaranchali' are out of the ordinary and will have vegetarians drooling. The 'Murg Patiala' with an egg coating is heavy, but delectable. The 'Murg Tariwala' and 'Mutton Rahra' are also worth trying. Pair these with 'Naans' or a 'Methi Roti'. The portions are generous and apt for sharing. The food maybe rich and well-spiced, but causes no heaviness or discomfort, associated typically with North Indian food. The desserts could be a bit more imaginative. Service staff is alert, polite and helpful. Opt for the window seats for the best view.