Baner sure has quite some restaurants with a rooftop and most of them offer some great food and good service. This one is on the same lines and it is the one multicuisine restaurant you would not regret choosing. The ambience is nice and simple and mainly the view does the job for you. Be it summers or winters, the ‘feel-good’ factor in the vibe and it all feels quite modern between those white chairs and greens. The menu is a good mix of cuisines of the world although mainly dominated by Indian, Italian and Asian. The Asian is, in fact, more of the desi Chinese version in all the dishes, so it is quite garlic and spice dominant but no doubt you will like it. It is pretty regular that way, however, the Tandoor menu and the appetizers are special because the portion sizes are huge and the taste of the Indian food is great. Try the ‘Gun Powder Prawns’ or the ‘Mutton Kolhapuri’, these are both very unique and true to its names. They pair up really well with the 'Whisky Sour' or 'Bloody Mary' at the bar. The mains include a nice range of 'Noodles and Fried Rice with Chinese Curries made with Chicken or Lamb'. The North Indian range includes a range of Biryanis which has this very interesting and well made ‘Prawn Biryani’ that can be a good option for seafood lovers. There is enough vegetarian food as well. Considering the portion sizes of the appetizers, it may be a good idea for you to get some of those along with a few drinks and skip the mains altogether. The Desserts have some basics like the ‘Chocolate Fondant’, ‘Brownie’ and ‘Tiramisu’ and a range of basic icecreams on board.