The plight of these fancy restaurants with Barbeque on the table works pretty well in the country I guess. The major attraction is, in fact, the grills on the table and you have all the veggie and meat options which are laden with some really good marinate and finished with butter. The hot grills and tandoor finished dishes are really nice to eat and something you want to enjoy slowly. This is the restaurant which will let you do that and not force you to run for mains quickly. The ambience of the place is pretty and plush, upmarket for sure, on the classic lines of interior design though. With the rotating menu, there is not a lot you can choose and you have to take whatever is available. The menu includes over 5 grills each, in veg and non-veg selection. There is seafood but don’t expect Rawas and other fancy things on the menu, they just make do with Vietnamese Basa. The curries in the mains might sometimes have some good variety and choice of fish but majorly not. The starters taste good and something you might have commonly had across other restaurants, nothing that you can look forward to but something that might please you enough. This is also because so many of these Barbeque restaurants open and only a few know how to do it right, this is one of them. The mains are pretty decent but if you want, you can completely miss out on the heavy and rich curries and have some extra meat and veggies on the grills instead. The desserts are many and not all of them are great on quality. Some Indian ones like the ‘Rossogulla’ and ‘Gulab Jamun’ are good but the western classics are outrageously sweet and not something you would expect. The creche inside the restaurant is a nice idea to keep the kids busy.