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A competently pleasant décor offers buffets as well as a small, four-page à la carte section – not to mention a sprawling Sunday brunch. While the buffets are appreciated for well-executed flavours, the on-order menu offers an eclectic selection of salads, pastas, biryanis, stir-fries with steamed rice, gravies with Indian breads and more. Also available are mains such as the pan-seared red snapper with warm beans, tomatoes, potatoes, olives and a caper butter sauce. Alternately, couple a refreshing coriander chicken noodle broth with a veg cottage cheese panini with fresh mint. While the buffet desserts are quite creative – chocolate-coated basil leaves or fig frangipani tarts, anyone? – the desserts to order are classically delicious, with expected choices such as a good tiramisu, chocolate brownie, apple pie, assorted ice creams, gulab jamun and myriad pastries from the in-house Bakery Case. Note: the establishment also offers a clean dinner thali option, for those who do not wish for too much choice either way.