The restaurant space is massive, great interior setting with oodles of glam-sham and all of that fancy jazz. It is almost a fine-dine restaurant with some good service and fine food. There is a huge terrace floor that is dedicated to a bar as well, they make some nice and classic drinks to please you. There may be a time when you want to visit this property during early evening hours just to experience the setting sun and the vibe is perfect at the golden hour. The food is also near perfect in most cases, they have a huge collection of Tandoori Starters and there are also some seafood Tandoor starters that are dependable on the fresh catch of the day. The vegetarians would not be left behind because there is an equal variety of some good tasting appetizers inspired by the Continental and Chinese range as well. Essentially, this being a multi-cuisine restaurant has a good deal of substance because there is something for everyone. From the drinks menu, you can stick to the classics even though there is so much more going on in the Signature cocktails selection, you can avoid those. The mocktails are also quite nicely done, but too high on sugar so you can ask them to cut that down. There are enough options for mains as well and the range includes Pastas, Pizzas and North Indian and Mughlai curries, the best bet to try and eat here are the curries, they are very well balanced in terms of spice level and taste. The drinks include some classics and some mildly changed cocktails which are great. Outdoor seating allows some fresh breeze and Sunday Brunch vibes.