This spacious and aesthetic place boasts of chic interiors and a warm vibe. The indoor and outdoor seating areas are well-spread out and extremely comfortable. The exhaustive food menu centres round Turkish, Arabic and Mughlai food and has options galore. The 'Fattoush' and 'Tabouleh' are fresh and invigorating and worth-a-try. The 'Chicken Fatayer' is too basic and disappoints. The feta cheese in it, is almost non-existent. The 'Turkish Sarook Roll' more than makes up with its robust filling and aromatic spices. The 'Lamb Kofta Kabab' is hearty and will make carnivores drool. The 'Mandi Rice Dajaj', although well-flavoured is a tad insipid. The vegetarian 'Istanbul Pilav with Spinach and Soya', is surprisingly flavourful and palate-pleasing. The slow-cooked 'Ouzi Pot Chicken' here, is a must try, as the fragrant spices and flavours, are immensely appealing. The 'Hyderabadi Machhi' from the Indian section is a must-have. Abundant Indian dishes for vegetarians too. Do not miss the creamy 'Awadhi Lasoon Ki Kheer' here. The portion sizes here are generous, although, some dishes are a bit overpriced. The service staff although warm and helpful, is a bit inarticulate and slow.