We tried a couple of things and I must say the presentation of each dish was so artistic and it’s an eye pleaser for sure.
We started with Sprouted bean Salad (Rating 4/5) which comprised of beans and feta cheese along with olive oil dressing a great start of the meal for sure & Methi Malai Nanza (Rating 4/5) was a what we call a pizza on naan with generous amount of cheese and best to eat when it arrives piping hot.
Then came, Coorgi Murgi dry fry (Rating 4.5/5) a concept of savoury waffles to another level as chicken was well marinade and delicious chunks, Bibimbap (Rating 5/5) a Korean dish which comprises of noodles and piping spicy hot in taste if you can bear it & Arabic Mezze platter (Rating 5/5) which had deliciously made hummus, baba ganoush and muhammara and served them with pita and lavash.
Later we tried Chicken 65 Sushi (Rating 3.5/5) which had the Indianized flavour of sushi a let down according to my palate, Sugarcane Kebab chicken (Rating 4/5) which was conceptually new and kebab was nicely cooked & Lamb Adana kebab (Rating 5/5) a mutton kebab cooked perfectly over charcoal was best according to me that day.
Lastly, in desserts, we tried Masala chai Pana cotta (Rating 5/5) and Paan Cheese Cake (Rating 5/5) and both were distinct yet so amazingly done. I highly recommend both of the desserts to try on.
Overall you get good food, great drinks and service, I am glad for such an area it is very attractively priced. Hence I rate it 5!