The chic desi vibe here gives way to a large patio and well-spaced interior seating. The Indo-Chinese menu here has some tasty gems such as the spicy seafood or lung fung soups, the paneer hot pan, prawns salt and pepper, drums of heaven, sweet sour fish and chicken stewed rice. But, if I were you, I would keep this menu and the tiny sizzler menu aside and go straight for the delicious masaledaar fare. Order one of their tawa starters, such as the sukka murgh or mutton masala. The variety of seafood appetisers is pleasing too, as are the different chicken kababs. A combined and large special starter platter works best to try a little bit of everything, especially in larger groups. For mains, order some soft khasta rotis, butter ajwaini rotis or chilli cheese parathas with paneer Punjabi masala, Lahori kofta, the elaborate veg tiranga, or the murgh patiala (egg-wrapped in green and red gravies) or chakori (cutlets in a mild onion gravy). The mutton kalimiri and Mangalore-style seafood curries are delicious too, especially with the palak khichdi or Kashmiri pulao. A simple fruit salad with cream or kulfi should end matters well.