One of the very few themed restaurants in the city is here to stay, not only because of the way it looks but also because of the good food. The menu is massive and the selection varies from North Indian, Chinese, Italian and even Continental. The menu may be diverse but it has most of the classic dishes mainly, and that is a great thing. There are some preparations on the menu which are made with alcohol and they can taste really nice with that alcohol kick. The service is quite spot on and the food arrives early considering it is a huge restaurant and it is usually full during prime hours. The Italian selection has the ‘Butter Chicken Lasagna’, and that’s more like when Punjab met Italy and they made a pasta dish together. It is very tasty though and the idea of a creamy makhni sauce layered between the pasta sheets. A lot of the appetizers are paired with regular cheese sauce, marinated in the masala and some of them are classic deep-fried. Try the 'Poutine' or the 'Grilled Chicken Nachos' which are loaded with Pico de Gallo, Tomatoes, Salsa and some sour cream. The North Indian grub is delicious too, they have ‘Signature Matka Biryanis’ which are actually cooked in a matka. The earthy flavours from the clay pot really show up in the Biryani and it is nice to see something so familiar in a matka, a unique experience overall. The focus on desserts is as good as the food, the variety of Cheesecakes, Brownies and other decadent cakes is nice but it’s all mainly classics. So, we highly recommend the ‘Salted Caramel Cheesecake’ and ‘Nutella Brownies’ which are nice, balanced between all that sugar rush.