The multi-coloured avant-garde décor elements of this cosy eatery will win you over instantly. Apart from the usual tables spread across the restaurant, there are a few high tables too, apt for community dining. The all-vegetarian menu is exhaustive and offers Indian and global food with a fair amount of inventive dishes. The 'Cottage Cheese Shwarma Roll', 'Molecular Bombay Chaat', 'Khandvi Au Gratin' are a must try as these have their own interesting twist here. For mains, the sizzlers here are much sought after. The 'Thai Wok Noodles' unfortunately, were mushy and over-cooked although the flavours were pleasing. 'Pizza' and 'Pasta' are what you can choose if something less elaborate is what you are after. The fusion food here is undoubtedly a highlight. The portions are hearty with ingredients of a good quality. The desserts will appeal to you only if you are a chocolate fan as options are mostly chocolate-centric. The service staff is warm and affable and the service is alert.