This place with basic decor and comfortable seating offers an exhaustive multi-cuisine menu with Lebanese, Indian and Chinese fare. No exceptional ambience or plush dining experience here. The 'Hummus', 'Shwarma' and 'Falafel', are extremely popular and sought after. Soups, salads, rolls, grills, mains and desserts, is what you can expect here. This place serves no alcohol. The food is mediocre fare, but affordably priced with decent portions. The 'Chicken Shorba' is a tad too bland and lacks the punch. The 'Gilafi Seekh Kabab' is worth-a-try. The 'Keema Paratha' is home-style and a must-have. The Lebanese section of the menu is worth indulging in. Carnivores will enjoy the creamy 'Murgh Afghani' and 'Robust Tawa Mutton', paired with Indian breads. Plenty of vegetarian options too. The lone service staff is warm, efficient and helpful and goes out of his way to make you comfortable. Be prepared to wait for a while before your order arrives.