This small café and bar, with limited seating, spread over a ground and mezzanine floor, is congested, yet, cosy. The bar in one corner is well-equipped. The food menu offers their version of global and Indian dishes, with an interesting spin. Expect comfort food and sufficient, satiating mains. Plenty of vegetarian options too. The separate bar menu is equally varied and affordably priced. The 'Lemongrass Rasam' is light and comforting. The 'Home-made Khari with tangy sausages' is a palate-pleaser. The 'Honey Chilli Pork Spare Ribs' are hugely popular. Vegetarians will enjoy the 'Three Cheese Kulcha' or the 'Hummus Bowl with Pita Chips'. For mains, opt for the fiery, home-style 'Chicken Curry with Rice'. The 'Baked Broccoli Crepe' will wow the palate of the vegetarians and is satiating too. The flavourful 'Saffron and Beetroot Risotto' is a good bet. The food offers well-balanced flavours and the innovation is not over-the-top. Unfortunately, most of the desserts on the menu are not available. Try the 'Chocolate Volcano' if you must. Service is prompt and efficient and the staff, friendly.