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The new restaurant opposite sterling cinema is cutely done up with potted plants, fairy lights with a cosy outdoor and wooden and leather seats inside. Apart from that, it is a lost opportunity design-wise, what with it being located in a beautiful heritage building. It is just another hastily put together space for after work drinks and hopefully some food along with, which sadly is the market for most restaurants in metros nowadays. The 'Bbq Chicken Pizza' which came as a big banquet style square and was further cut into 9 squares was a letdown with a stale pre-baked crust and stone cold cheese and toppings. The 'Bacon Wrapped Chicken' was passable but again with fatty undercooked bacon. The 'Watermelon Feta Salad' was not as fresh either with the lettuce smelling of raw onions which speaks of poor hygiene in the kitchen with the feta playing a blink and miss role. For the main course, Chinese food is strictly ok with the prawns fried until thoroughly rubbery, the quality of which will remind one of the food carts outside office hubs of the 1990’s. The dessert of 'Molten Chocolate Cake', sums up the story of a badly run kitchen where not enough thought is put in the food. Avoid this place unless you absolutely have to, then again fort has many more interesting options for dinner and drinks. Service is generally lazy so if you have specifications for your order repeat them to your server more than once.