It is only fair that we call this a nice dining place with no fuss at all. The location is very well planned and built up, looks attractive with all those fancy ovens and pizza boys baking the best they can. The simple menu comes in 4 categories of Starters, Pizzas, Pastas and Desserts. Each one has it’s own few selected dishes which are truly delicious and you can’t stop at one. The seating is comfortable and the service is actually quicker than you expect. That’s Onesta for you, a quick-service restaurant in a rather fancy form. The best part: doesn’t burn a hole in your wallet! The ‘Crispy Chicken with BBQ sauce’ is a nice one to try, the flavours are well balanced with each other, only that you might feel the need of a spicy mayo by the side: you can get that on request. Then there are the ‘Lemon Cilantro Fish Skewers’ which are nice and very true to our desi undertones, simple and done just right. The pizza and pasta menu is a generous mix of something that is authentic and then there is Fusion Indian and Italian. Then try the 'Aachari Paneer' or the 'Chicken Tikka Pizza', both of which are certainly Indianised to suit most taste buds who are looking for that zing in a pizza too. The other interesting things on the menu include ‘Calzones’ which are basically stuffed fried Pizzas and they are delish. The stuffings are then inspired by the toppings which are more or less the same, only that this is 10 times hotter to much more delish to eat. The desserts look simple and neat and they are great to taste. All the mousse and jar-set dishes are fine but what really took our attention is the ‘Ricotta Cheesecake’ that is very true to the Italian genes and tastes fantastic.