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Rustic lamps glowing softly over cane and wooden furniture, a pebble-strewn ground, a burst here and there of exotic foliage, and a calm and restful milieu – this is one place whose ambience truly lives up to its name. The eclectic menu – efficiently divided into different sections based on region, genre of the cuisine or preparation method – is a far cry from your usual run-off-the-mill fare. If desi is how you like your meals, start with some kababs (which come in tandoor-grilled, tawa-roasted, or pan-fried varieties). I would recommend the Amritsari paneer fingers, mustard fish tikka and Malabari mutton chilli fry – utterly scrumptious stuff that goes beautifully with a sangria or daiquiri. Also explore the exhaustive curry segment – from a Sahyadri mutton handi garnished with a boiled egg, Rajasthani laal maas, Nilgiri chicken korma to an Andhra-style coconut milk-based prawns curry, the options are varied and tasty.