The setting is spacious, elegant and simple, while offerings are in the form of a delightful à la carte menu and sprawling buffets. Of the latter, the breakfast and brunch buffets are well appreciated, with live counters of eggs-on-order, pancakes, South Indian fare, fresh breads, and more. Other live counters through the day include a make-your-own-wok, chaat, tandoori, street food (like pav bhaji), and so on. Alternatively, sip on a refreshing mocktail like the Bombay delight (guava juice, pineapple juice, strawberry syrup and fresh lime) or cracker (cranberry juice, grapefruit juice, pineapple juice, peach syrup and Sprite) as you contemplate for the à la carte section – fancy a cheese platter with honey, walnuts and bread, or cold cuts with olives and gherkins? If not, try dim sums or Japanese ginger-scented fried chicken karaage. The stir fried pork loin with mushrooms and bok choy is excellent to pair with fried rice; but, if Indian food is more to your liking, start with the crisp vegetable samosas and proceed to the masala cholay with cheese kulchas. Some of the more ‘bistro’-like orders here include delicious spinach-corn-cheddar in grilled toast, the croque madame, or the fillet steak sandwich.