With long mirrored corridors, giant paintings, and quaint interiors resembling an English house, the place rightly lives up to its theme. They've also got a dance floor for those who want to dance the night away.
Talking about the food, we ordered chicken popcorn which was a little spicy, chicken satay with peanut sauce which was good but the portion size could have been better. The schezuan fried rice was yummy. Their paneer satay was well-cooked; the paneer was soft, and the peanut sauce was delicious too.
The drinks were delicious, apart from the usual, we tried the bartender's special - Mangopolitan. The staff is very courteous and helpful.
Oh, and they have some unique desserts like fried ice cream, edible candle, and gulab jamun cheesecake for the adventurous foodies.