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This casual dining place with an all-Vegetarian menu offers traditional regional Indian food with a modern twist. The elegant décor in earthy hues, with the exposed brick walls and Madhubani paintings, highlighted owing to the bright lights, further enhance the appeal. The seating is limited but cosy and comfortable. While the menu focuses primarily on Gujarati dishes, there are a few Rajasthani and North Indian delicacies on offer too. From 'Pav Bhaji' to 'Missal Pav' and 'Dal Pakwaan' to 'Surti Locho', one can savour some delectable fare here. The 'Osaman Soup' with distinct jaggery and kokum, is unique and worth trying. Among mains, the 'Litchi Kofta Ki Sabzi with Reshmi Paratha', stands out. 'Rass Ranjan Aloo Puri' with 'Shrikhand' is also an indulgent treat. The 'Sai Bhaji' with 'Butter Roti' and 'Aloo Tuk' is an interesting combo, although a tad inadequate in terms of portion size. The food is flavourful, with a medley of textures and aesthetically presented. The ghee-laden, 'Moong Dal Sheera' here is a must-try. This place serves no alcohol. The food is overpriced and the portion sizes are measly.The service staff although warm and helpful needs to be better trained.