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In a hat tip to its name, the interiors of the place go for a factory outlet sort of look, with exposed brick walls, but comfortable, low seating. The menu is like a who’s who of fusion dining, straight off. The sashimi section, for instance – although there is no delicious raw fish here – brings you sweet mirin rice with the likes of fatty pulled Oriental pork and saucy honey chilli lamb. The hasselback potatoes, similarly, are a rich treat of taters stuffed with cheese, garlic and peppercorns, coupled with toppings of your choice like spicy Goan chorizo, or cottage cheese with spicy peppers. A French onion soup with well-cooked prawns on brioche jostles for space with a croquet monsieur served with spicy tomato-cumin chilli jam; the potato cheese vada (mozzarella and garlic-curry leaf bread) is another great option, besides buttery-spicy prawns scattered with green scallions and served with crisp, oily poppadums. The simple in-house flatbread with rocket and garlic goes really well with the slow-braised honey chilli pork belly, served with a chilli jam and butter mash, especially if you are ending things with a mango meringue mess (aamras, lime sorbet, aam papdi and fresh cream meringue). P.S.: The savoury galette with mushroom, spinach and gouda makes for a lovely light meal.