This spacious restaurant boasts of varied colours and décor elements, but the dull lighting does not help to accentuate the ambience and in fact underplays the setting. However, the snazzy bar at the farthest corner is eye-catching and perks you up instantly. The menu offerings are equally enticing. Replete with non-vegetarian fare as well as traditional vegetarian delicacies of the South, it is only the Punjabi dishes which appear highly incongruous. The bar menu is equally well-crafted. The Thuppa Masala Dosa from the snacks menu is worth a try. The Coorg Idli Chicken with fiery spices is palate-tingling and the flavours authentic. Muttai Dosa with Egg Bhurji, served as tacos have heart-warming flavours but a tad impractical to eat. Each dish is the perfect balance of tradition meets modernity. The quirky twists are skilfully blended. Chicken Elembu Rasam, Chettinad Poriyal And Parota, Erachi Stew And Appam are dishes worth indulging in. The Bhatkali Biryani falls short of expectations in terms of the spice quotient. Kharjoora Or dates payasam is spot on and a must try. The service is staff is polite and helpful.