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Equipped with both a terrace-top al fresco (with bar) section and some elegantly designed indoor seating, this relatively small-sized establishment exudes a comfortably cosy and friendly, yet classy sort of ambience. After taking a minute to appreciate their elaborate and sumptuous Indian menu, let us shift focus, for the moment, to the popular oriental offerings. This section is Pan Asian, featuring some slurpsome soups (the delicate crab meat soup is absolutely delectable), as well as dim sums like Shanghai-style asparagus and water chestnut and char siu chicken bao. For starters, among several other options, pomfret or prawn is offered in seven mouth-watering sauces, of which we found that the fish chilli wine and prawns butter garlic variations work extremely well. Green eaters will enjoy the salt-pepper corn cubes or veggies on sugarcane skewers, while honey pepper lamb chops and cracker prawns seem to make frequent appearances on nearby tables. Quantities are generous, so plan your mains carefully, perhaps with a rich chicken kapitan curry and fragrant coriander rice, or the one-bowl meal of peanutty-spicy prawn pxad Thai noodles. Take a moment to mix up cuisines for the day, ending with classic hot gulab jamuns with ice cream or meva malai to finish on a sweet note.