The characteristic deep blue colour of this chain is discernible in the various decor elements which are an amalgamation of modern and traditional design. The chic and smart interiors notwithstanding, the vibe is unmistakably warm. The seating is cosy, comfortable and well-spaced out. The comprehensive menu offers traditional flavours from across India, with plenty of vegetarian options too. The well-stocked bar at the farthest end is hard to miss. 'Murg Anari Tikka', 'Nadru Ke Shammi', 'Amritsari Tawa Pomfret' are appetizers which showcase a myriad cooking technique and hit the right spot. For mains, 'Malabari Paratha' and the subtly spiced and fragrant 'Meen Moilee', is a combo you cannot miss. The food here is neither rich nor one that causes discomfort. With the use of aromatic spices and some forgotten spice blends, the food is flavourful but extremely light. 'Seb Singhada Kali Mirch' is a treat that vegetarians owe themselves. Carnivores can feast on the 'Kerala Tawa Roast Chicken' and 'Malwani Prawn Curry'. The dum cooked 'Khubani Ka Meetha' is an outstanding dessert. The service is warm and unobtrusive.