Was skeptical when I saw that the restaurant serves both Indian and Chinese, but still we ventured in. Ambience was not bad, not good, passable. Waiters really hover all over you, some 4-5 waiters kept roaming around us the entire meal, waiting to jump to serve us the moment they saw any plate empty, very intrusive and irritating.
Now on the food - menu is extensive with Chinese, Indian and some Thai/Indonesian/ Malaysian thrown in. We ordered some Tom Kang something soup, the waiter said its Tom Yum soup, what came was more like a tomato-rasam spiked with dhaniya patti and stalks, adrak and loads of onion !!! with some lemon-grass thrown in to make it taste bit Tom-Yum - was absolutely the worst Tom Yum ever. On the food, the Chicken Hakka noodles were ok, a lamb dish was good but the Nasi Goreng we ordered was again miles away from anything close to Nasi Goreng. Was more like a schezwan fried rice available at any road side cart. Prices are quite expensive for the quality served.
If you are craving for chin-indian, better to stick to the likes of Bercos.
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