Bright lights and quintessential coffee shop interiors shore up the ambience of this spacious 24-hour restaurant. One side has a glass window that opens out into the breezy outdoor section. The menu is the usual mix of Indian, European and Oriental fare – the thin-crust pizzas and al dente pastas come highly recommended if you are opting for À la carte. Of course, like most hotels, they also offer buffets and that is what they are more popular for. The breakfast spread is quite extensive, with a panoply of fresh breads, South and North Indian snacks, English breakfast items and even porridges. Lunch and dinner – featuring soup, salads, starters, mains and desserts in all three of the aforementioned genres – are also decent, but a little more restrained in terms of variety offered.