After scoring with his Indian places – Masala Library, Farzi Café and Made in Punjab, Zorawar Kalra finally takes the plunge into another cuisine. Pa Pa Ya is a modern Asian restaurant that seeks to do to East Asian dishes what Kalra has done so successfully (and profitably) to Indian food. So the sushi, served on an elaborate stand for the signature Sushi Matrix, comes with a twist (there's an innovative Carbon Sushi), the vegetarian burger (a slider, really) is made with edamame and chick peas with a hummus mayo on a lotus-root flour bun, the ‘pizza’ is Tuna Tataki, served on corn chips. But they will be much cheaper and may even be better. Plus there’s lot that the traditional hotel places have not yet thought of.