The menu is quite familiar and you will like comfortable furniture with premium crockery on-board. The approachable menu and great service are the major reasons you would love to visit here often. The multicuisine rooftop bar offers a variety of food to nibble on, especially the tapas selection is great. The desi version of the 'Garlic Bread' with oodles of Cheese and some chilli is a nice one to enjoy. The other good things one the menu include ‘Murgh Ke Kebab’ and ‘Seafood Platter’. The availability of seafood is subjective to change on a daily basis although it is a mighty impressive platter. The bartenders look forward to serving you with some classics. We tried the ‘Whisky Sour’ and ‘Singapore Sling’ – both of which were well presented and tasted great. If you are adventurous and you have something in mind, do not hesitate to share the flavour and drink suggestions – they will customize it for you. The mains are also very elaborate and the humble Mughlai curries make their mark well. Not to mention, the desi Chinese is something you will look forward to. We tried the familiar ‘Burnt Garlic Rice’ with ‘Hunan Chicken Curry’ and the combination is lovable. The desserts include some classics which are pleasing and the one that does the most is the ‘Tiramisu’.