This cosy and elegant restaurant thrives on a unique concept of a new menu every fortnight and promises a one-of-a-kind experience. The 2 fixed 6-course menus - a global cuisine and an Indian cuisine are on offer, with a Vegetarian and Non-vegetarian option in each. One can choose a seafood or chicken menu from the Non-vegetarian selection. Mughlai, Tuscany Italian, Canary Island, Punjabi, Mewari, Morrocan, Mexican and Kashmiri cuisines have been on offer since inception. I sampled the 'Rustic Agri' community cuisine from Maharashtra, which is fairly uncommon in restaurants. The global cuisine was 'South African With Bunny Chow' to a slow-cooked stew, sounded enticing. My 'Chicken Agri Rassa With Tandalachi Bhakri' was mouth-watering with simple but pronounced flavours. The 'Jawala Sukkat Vade' was equally a treat. Agri-food relies on flavours emanating from slow-cooking. Typically very spicy, the dishes here were well-spiced, but not fiery. The 'Prawn Tomato and Coriander Soup', although tangy, paled in comparison. The 'Nariyal Barfi With Karanji' was spot on and reminiscent of home-style flavours. No alcohol here, so, try the 'Twisted Lassi With Smoked Cinnamon' instead. The staff is courteous, well-informed and helpful.