Once a tiny cubbyhole, this place underwent a complete makeover and is now one of the best-looking places in town, in terms of well-lit, open-air garden seating. There is a pretty colour play in terms of turquoise and gold in the décor, water fountains, and smatterings of foliage here and there – you can also choose to sit in the bright indoor section or book a private cabana for yourself. The menu is your usual panoply of North Indian, Chinese and Continental fare – go for the kababs and desi gravies. The food is competent and portions quite generous, but it has room for improvement with respect to depth of flavour. The best part, however, is the prices – really easy on the pocket given the kind of plush ambience you are offered.