they have made an attempt to be different without losing the key reason for a restaurant- good food. there are some interesting complimentary starters- small portions but just to stimulate the taste buds. They have varied appertizers- we did the chaat- which they prepared at your table with some nice tricks by the chef, the liquid nitrogen is a nice angle. he did some neat designs on the stove with the sauces before scooping them into our plate. We had Pani Poori that was crispy with the water perfectly flavored.
There was wine from Sula Vineyards, a pleasant revelation. But ask explicitly by the glass; else they serve by the bottle- which is fairly expensive.
For the main course we went with the Amirtsari Murg ,Vegetable Biryani and sheermal roti. Portion sizes are small.
Expensive by Indian standards, but can't complain
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