This new restaurant and bar has a rather upmarket feel because of the really large property this is. The bar chair seating by the balcony is something special because you can overlook the garden. Almost falling off from the ceiling are these fancy yellow lights which brighten up space and make it look posh. There is a riser on the corner and the idea makes it good for birthday parties and private events. The food here is a mixed bag of good Chinese and Indian food, something that people are probably most familiar with in India. There are those familiar appetizers and interestingly made Continental junk food, that is good for your soul. Say a loaded portion of ‘Nachos with Cheese’, ‘Garlic Bread’ and some other common things you see on the menu of nearly all multicuisine restaurants. The tandoor section has a rather simple and clean take on the tikka style marinated seafood and meat dishes. We tried the ‘Surmai Tikka’ which was delicious and very well flavoured with the tandoori and tikka style masalas. The portion size is quite a lot and they are more than enough for two people. The cocktails and mocktails are quite a thing here because they are pretty loaded with alcohol and the taste is great too. They will mostly customise if you want anything specific in flavours mixed with your favourite alcohol. For the mains as well, you have those classic dishes which are done in a pretty old fashioned way, although they taste good. Talk of ‘Paneer Tikka Masala’ with some ‘Garlic and Cheese Naan’- that sort of familiar! Or you have those classic 'Pizza based Naans' which are topped with different types of meat and veggies, more so to please the young masses. Among desserts, they have ‘Cheesecake’ and ‘Brownie’ and that will please you.