It was a sort of embarassement to walk into the place, which is definitely a popular jpoint, with family and turned away. It was not as they did not have space, but felt unwanted being an Indian, when place was crowded by Whites (with no prejudice towards them). First day, we could manage to get an entry, as lunch hour was over, so does most of the food and servers. I relished the Tibetian Beer there. However, next day, when we went there around dinner time, our expectations came crashing down as nobosy even bothered to attend us. Some humility is always better, especially for hospitality industry.
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