Although the restaurant is owned by a Pakistani individual, but seems more like an Indian affair.
The food is good and with light spices added to suit most of the customers. The ambience is good and one can always here some old hindi film songs played in the background. The food is bit expensive but still holds good for people away from home or people who want
to try these out.
The restaurant is quite busy in the evenings but one can wait and spend some time at the canal just opposite it or avail take aways which actually is faster in terms of service. The staff is also quite helpful and courteous. The seating arrangements are not that comfortable, suiting mostly to an average sized individual.
The menu however is quite limited and could be expanded. Maybe some more famous recipies could be added to the menu example "biryani". The serving quantity is also quite good but one needs to be sure what is being ordered. The starters are really good especially the "kebabs". The restaurant serves bith vegetarian and non-vegetarian food.
Overall it's a good experience.
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