I had heard a lot about this restaurant from family and friends but did not get a chance until recently to visit it. I was told that it is a multi cuisine restaurant and that I should try a bit of everything. So when we went in a large group, I decided not to order anything for myself but instead try a little from what others had ordered. So I tried a little oriental, Indian, continental etc since that was the range of orders in our group. Unfortunately nothing that I sampled was spectacular. It was ordinary. I wasn't particularly impressed and left wondering if it was hype than anything else or was it a wrong choice of order. I suppose it is the former as so many people ordering different thing cannot all get it wrong.
Its chilling cold here. We ordered for Hakka Style Paneer as recommedned by the staff. It had a great flavors and the paneer was cotton soft. Next we tried the Papdi Chicken - tandoori pieces of chicken scattered onmini papads. very new and innovative.Do try their Mushroom Galoti which is grilled mushroom with stuffing. Their quantity is really overwhelming so be a little careful while ordering.Veg pot noodles taste heavely with less oil around.
If you planning a quiet dinner with your special someone they will put in all their efforts for your comfort to make it a special.
Highlight of the place - apple pie with hot custard - you wil love it
Went here for Diwali dinner and was not disappointed at all!! loved the atmosphere, the staff, the food and the desserts. Our meal had nothing flawed. We called for kung pao potaoes, burnt chili veg soup, paneer shikanje, veg phalguni, dal makhni, naan and rotis, masala papad and veg dum biryani!! Everyone was happy and well fed but the desserts were yet to come...Appli pie with warm custard, caramel custard, angoori rabdi and gulkhand kulfi!! Yum is all that it was.