-By Suresh Hinduja
This is a multi-cuisine restaurant, but is marginally better than others of its kind because it makes an honest attempt at each of the cuisines they offer. It's a pleasantly done up space; the ground floor is for quick meals, while the upper level has a bar attached and more comforts. At lunch, the Rs. 129 buffet brings the crowds in, and on offer are North Indian, South Indian and Chinese dishes. The Ã la carte selection includes a large Indian line-up with tandoori favourites like Seekh Kebab and Paneer Tikka. There are also well done gravies like Murgh Methi and Prawn Curry. The Chinese isn't half bad either, with Veg Manchurian, Lemon Fish and Shredded Lamb on the menu
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