Situated on the road leading up the MIT hill, this is a spacious, dimly lit, two-level set-up. Thanks to the abundant tree cover around, there is always a natural breeze in the air, which makes the al fresco ambience very pleasant. Besides the graffiti-splattered walls and the funky bulb-shaped tipple glasses, the ambience is nothing to write home about. While they do a bunch of classic cocktails, it is best to stick to booze of the off-the-shelf variety. The food menu is pretty generic, featuring the usual suspects of Indian, Oriental and Continental cuisines. Nurse a glass of your poison of choice and dig into a plate of kababs followed by some old, trusted butter chicken and rotis. The USP here is that it is clearly a safe space to enjoy an evening of drinks and comfort food with your buddies.