After sipping all the house-brewed beers, I settled for a "Grap Orange", a light beer with refreshing notes of orange and the levelling up to "Lager", a classic German-style Pilsner with a malty sweetness. I didn't try any vegetarian starters and can't comment anything on that. I tried a "Grilled peri Peri Chicken Kebab", "Teriyaki Marinated Chicken Wings", "Fish Finger", "Mutton Raw Mango Seek Kebab", and a "Spicy Madras Curry Masala Wings". I honestly relished their non-vegetarian section, the dishes were cooked to perfection and the flavours are infused so diligently. What's impressive is no two chicken dishes taste the same (this is my common concern in most of the places).
For the main course, I tried a "Green Thai Curry", you can never go wrong with this dish, a "Dhaba Style Gosht", mutton cooked in fragrant creamy cashew gravy topped with boiled eggs, and an "Andhra Style Prawn Curry", prawns simmered in a spicy curry served with rice. Last but not the least, the desserts! They have raised the bar when it comes to desserts. I tried a "Molten Cake with Vanilla Ice-Cream", my all-time favourite "Tiramisu", a "Milk Chocolate Dome", a "New York Cheesecake", and their show stopper "Levitate Special Cake", the one with the flowing gems.
This is a very spacious place and offers two floors of seating options. The pricing is very reasonable for the quantity and quality they serve.