The elegant but chic décor sets the tone of comfort and exudes a warm vibe. This spacious place offers multiple seating options. Known for its robust Punjabi and Mughlai food, the menu is fairly exhaustive. Non-vegetarian dishes abound, but sufficient vegetarian options too. One cannot miss the offerings from the ‘grills’ section here. Dahi ke kabab, are well-made with the spiced hung curd ensconced firmly in a golden brown crust. The raunaqeen seekhan with mutton and spices, grilled to perfection, could make any carnivore devour a plate full of these. Kadhai murgh was chicken and bell pepper pieces in a spicy gravy, but lacked the zing. The lehsuni naan somewhat salvaged it, but was disappointing nonetheless. The Rawalpindi channa is worth a try. The guchchi pulao, with liberal amount of morels, is a treat for the palate and one does not mind sacrificing the regular dum biryani in favour of this. Ample desserts to choose from. But the litchi ki tehri, stands out. The service is warm and efficient as the staff is alert.