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Vintage architecture meets elegance, in this place in the by lanes of Kala Ghoda. The seating is comfortable and cosy, and the vibe, cheerful. The menu with modern Indian and global cuisine, is eclectic and interesting. Start with the 'Nasi Goreng Arancini' or 'Galouti' of Mahableshwar heirloom carrots. The meaty, 'Yakhni Shorba', is a delectable treat. The dishes are an amalgamation of the Indian and Western flavours and while most of these work, there are a few hits and misses. The 'Spiced Lamb and Coffee Hummus' is hugely disappointing, both in terms of mismatched textures and flavours. The 'Multigrain Haleem', although well-executed and robust, is full of bones, which is a tad annoying while eating. Fortunately, the 'Quinoa Chicken Biryani', with its medley of textures, is brilliant and compensates in a big way. Each dish is painstakingly plated and presented. Among desserts, the 'Five Spice Pumpkin Cheesecake' and 'Sandalwood Panna Cotta' are a must-try, if indulgence is on your mind. The 'Afghani Jalebi' definitely needs to be crisper. The staff is helpful and the service efficient. The food here is easy-on-the-wallet and value-for-money.