It is difficult to miss the decorated entrance and a symbol made in an attempt to look like some royal emblem when you pass by the restaurant off LBS Marg.
A fine Thursday evening we landed there in an attempt to try something new. The restaurant has a wallet parking on the opposite open space off the road.
The sitting area has a tiny artificial pond with a few fishes and a couple of turtles which is a centre of attraction for children. The restaurant with ground + upper floor has minimalistic decor, brown wooden interior with sitting on both sides of the aisle. The glass covered wall on one side makes the place much bigger than the actual.
The welcoming and friendly staff promptly brought Cheeslings for my one and half year old even without asking.
We started with Emerald Forest, a combination of Lychee, Guava, Lemonade and Grenadine, and Spicy Drunkers, a blend of Guava, Mint, Chillies and Rock Salt. Try only if you like the combination of chilli and rock salt.
For sides and starters, we tried Rumali Masala Papad, a crisped Rumali roti with toppings used in masala papad. Mexican Cheese Chigar was heart shaped variant of cheese balls and was nicely cooked with the right balance of crispness and cheese.
For mains, a fusion dish, Manchurian Sizzler with garlic noodles base and a peri-peri sauce was our selection. It was garlic noodles for which we would definitely like to repeat this again in our next visit.
With the total Rs. ~1000/- for two, without alcohol, combined with good food and prompt service makes this recommended option in the vicinity.
Recommendation: Rumali Masala Papad, Manchurian Sizzler if you like to try fusion.
P.S.- Bad luck struck with the camera’s SD card getting corrupted resulting in loss of almost all but 2/3 photos which I managed to recover after trying for a couple of hours.