The roof-top location of this fine-dining restaurant along with the view it offers is easily one of its highlights. The live music adds to the ambience. The staid décor, however, needs to be revamped. The menu is varied and offers, Indian kababs, curries and biryanis, although there are a fair amount of options in European and American grills too. The bar is well-stocked and one can expect some classics. The mustard crusted kingfish steak here is a must try for lovers of seafood. The Arabic mezze with a platter of vegetarian Mediterranean starters and pita bread is a treat. In the mains, the seared polenta cake is a surprise. The ‘Mostly Kababs’ section of the menu is the raison d'être of visiting this place. The robust flavours of the Tabak Maas will delight any carnivore. The Goan prawn curry, unfortunately, is mild and lacks authentic flavours. Vegetarians can enjoy the well-made Dahi ke Kebab. The Lauki Dal Ghosht is worth trying and is a meal in itself. The desserts are a bit disappointing. The staff is helpful but the service could be a bit more alert.