This, humble bar and a restaurant, is a pleasing one if you want to enjoy some great food and fine drinks. The ambience is straightforward and rather contemporary with the whites and blues all over. The service is fine but the food could arrive quicker, even the simple dishes take a while to be served. The better part is that the menu is a no non-sense one and allows you to choose from some classic Tandoori style appetizers and some European classics. We tried the ‘Tandoori Murgh’, quite a regular one but can never go wrong with. From the other range of European small plates, we tried the ‘Chili Cheese Toast’ and ‘Fish Fingers’, the latter is nicely done and served with tartare sauce on the side, delish. The drinks menu offers a decent range of beers and classic cocktails done with finesse. We tried the ‘Whisky Sour’ and ‘Banana Daiquiri’ and they taste fantastic with the presentation being on point. Some of the Chinese dishes are well done too. They are not cooked in the authentic-style but the fun begins right there. The desi way of making those rather spicy Chinese curries and the ‘Pan Fried Noodles’ pair tastefully well. We also had the ‘Chicken Chili Curry’ with the noodles, it is fairly spicy for our liking but you can always customize that. You can get your hands on some standard ice creams or 'Chocolate Brownie'.