This place attempts to ‘bridge’ the divide between three of the world’s most popular cuisines – Mexican, Italian and Indian. In Italian, the eatery holds its own and serves lovely antipasti blending sweet muskmelon and parma ham, and a salad with marinated pears and peppery arugula. Mains include fettuccine tossed in saffron cream and other delicious pastas, while the mandatory tiramisu proves a sweet finish. On the Indian side, there are delicious kababs, best enjoyed over drinks, as well as popular biryanis. The Mexican menu has a beautiful variety of quesadillas, tacos, enchiladas and burritos with the vibrant, fresh flavours of cheese, salsa, guacamole, habanero chillies and jalapenos. In particular, the spicy chicken quesadillas work well with the Indian palate, as does the fiesta platter of crisp tortilla chips doused in queso, refried beans, guac, and sour cream.