-By Swati Sucharita
Basil is airy and well-lit with a modern, minimalist decor. The pure-vegetarian restaurant with an island bar serves only mocktails. As for food, it's a mix of North and South Indian, European (with a focus on Italian) and Chinese. The North Indian starters such as Makai Seekh Kebabs, Hara Bhara Kebabs etc are quite well-done. Paneer lovers will endorse the menu, there is almost an entire page on paneer cuisines in the North Indian section. The pastas are also quite nice, especially the Spaghetti Florentine, so are the soups, such as the Cream of Broccoli. Service, however, is a mixed bag. Most often, diners are actively discouraged to try the Ã la carte menu, during lunch, the standard excuse being 'the Ã la carte dishes will take very long!' Having said that, the welcome mocktails at the buffet, such as Fall in Love, are refreshing in a fizzy, non-alcoholic way
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