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The rejigged Sura Vie has some wonderfully quaint nooks and corners to hide away in. By using varied lighting techniques and colours on the ceiling and even on the tables, and by changing the seating layout, the management has opened up this split-level lounge. The stage has been done away with and the walls are textured or lit up in various patterns giving the place an updated art deco look that varies from day to night. We couldn’t be happier with this change, although we do mourn the loss of a music venue. The service has upped its ante and the menu too is inviting with different noon-midnight deals on drinks and bottles. Our recommendations for cocktails include their well-concocted signatures — Rummy (rum with ginger beer) and Jack n Coco (mango with Malibu and Jack Daniel’s). You can choose to create your own cocktails too. Of course, all the regular suspects are also present for non-cocktail drinkers, while teetotalers are spoiled rotten with their own Peru Pyala (guava juice, lemon juice, mint served in a glass rimmed with hot chillies) and Seventh Heaven (fruit punch topped with strawberry crush and lychee). The Sanjeev Kapoor helmed food menu has been spruced up with global fusion seen in the power packed Prawn Balchao Bruschetta and creamy Cottage Cheese Goujons stuffed with pickled cashews, making Sura Vie a strong contender in its neighbourhood.

HAPPY HOURS: 4pm to 8pm

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The Zen-like interiors at Wok in The Lalit are complemented with showcase kitchens, a dim sum station and, as the name suggests, a wok counter. But despite Woks' near-perfect setting, the food is a bit of disappointment. The Chef Special Wonton Soup makes for the perfect start to a meal. But it's just a tad downhill from there which can continue through the Steamed Lamb Dumpling, the Gomoku-Ramen, the Braised Prawns in XO, the Cochin Lobster with Spring Onions and Rice Wine, the Prawns in Black Pepper Sauce and the Peking Duck in Dark Plum and Hoisin Sauce. Woks is worth a visit if only for the novelty of the experience.

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