Classic pinewood coffee shop décor is what greets you as you enter this place. There is also an alfresco seating area for when it is fine weather. The all-day menu is intriguingly democratic, with a variety of Indian, Asian and American dishes strewn haphazardly all across every section. I would, however, recommend skipping it and dropping by instead for a relaxed Sunday brunch. The array is jaw-dropping – think eggs made to order, fluffy breads, nibbles such as croissants, muffins, waffles, and pancakes, along with tapas-style salads, live grills, chaats, a South Indian counter, and freshly baked pizzas. The best part, however, is the inclusion of mouth-watering buff and pork munchies that is so elusive in any five-star carte du jour these days. Live renditions of retro classics add an extra-pleasant vibe to the proceedings.