This tiny but clean eatery with a few tables is more of a delivery and takeaway joint but of course popular with late night revellers as it is open until the wee hours of the morning. The menu is extremely limited, but enough to satiate hunger pangs- both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. Sadly, the ‘melange’ element in the food is what robs it of hearty and robust Indian flavours else it could have been a dhaba-esque experience. The food is served in disposable tableware and is almost like being on a flight. The Paneer Pataka sounds exciting but lacks the punch. The texture of the paneer is rubbery too. In the mains, Yenna Bowl with chicken chunks in a spicy gravy served with masala rice salvage the taste buds for a bit. The Haryali chole from the ‘curry and rotis’ section are acutely disappointing as there are few pieces of overcooked chana in a green spinach gravy. The Laccha Paratha is chewy and the dal fry insipid. For those seeking a quick bite, Chicken Bhuna Pav is an option. There are wraps on offer as well. Pudina Chaas, Imli Mojito, Rose Lassi are some of the beverage offerings. The staff is clueless about the menu but exceedingly polite and warm.