Those who prefer Pan-Asian can’t go wrong with lemon chilli potato, sizzling Singing Chicken, grilled fish in banana leaves or crispy calamari tossed with honey and dry red chillies here. Mains like the Chengdu clay bowl chicken in a fiery cinnamon-tinted gravy go well with mixed meat bamboo rice, egg white and olive fried rice, or butter chilli garlic noodles. Indian food aficionados, try the unique yellow chilli, saffron and lemon lobster! Use soft olive-onion kulchas to sop up spicy Kerala meen moilee, Bengali kosha mangsho, or Rajasthani degchi soola murg; the dal pancharatan pairs fantastically with a veggie-packed Punjabi tawa pulao. Or then, the gamberi grigliate of wine-marinated prawns in a lemon butter sauce is a good Mediterranean starter, and the New Zealand lamb chops are a palatable entrée. For a sweet finish, try out the litchi malai rabdi or Chocolate Suicide, flavoured with jasmine tea and apricot compote. The establishment serves lavish buffets, too.