“Premium place, Tasteful F&B; careful… it can be a total rip-off…”

Walked in early evening (about 7ish) on a weekend, there were only a few patrons including foreign nationals (read very low occupancy).
The atmosphere was very similar to what I have typically seen in UK/Europe… in the evening time when friends meet-up, chit-chat-laugh, drink together and part away!
Wooden finish on furniture, typical pub kind of ambiance with convention and loungish’ seating arrangement. Illumination level is adjusted considering the time of the day. Relatively louder score in the background (though no DJ was seen till half pass eight).


Menu has select preparations from around the world which I think is set based on the location and the crowd. Premium bar menu with premium rates.


We tried –

Cream ale Pitcher (850) – Little or no body, acidic, nice and smooth, served at perfect temperature. Good!
Dark Wheat Pitcher (850) – Dark with nice body, taste of mild spice, little bitter; very nice! (Was there some fruit too!!!)
Chicken Tikka (290) – Piping hot, tender (hot and spicy as requested). I could feel roasted chilies in the base. Perfect as asked!
Nachos (170) – Tortilla chips toped up with sweet corn, molten cheese sauce and a dollop of sour cream; spicy salsa dip as accompaniment. Very nice!
Jerk Chicken (290) – Chicken breast slices marinated in jerk spice (the preparation was made hot as requested using chili flakes) served with pineapple and chili salsa and spicy sour cream dip. It was tasty!
Potato Wedges (150) –Thin and crispy potato wedges, deep fried and laced with salt spice powder. The reparation was show stopper!
It was 3000+ for items mentioned about during the time when rest of the place offer happy hours!!! There was not offer (as expected), discount discussed but not given with a promise that next time it will be.
Service- Quick but there was dialect issue with serving staff!!!

Summary –

Ambiance: 4

Food taste: 4

Food quality: 4

Service: 3

Value for money: 2

Overall: 3


For value seeking people; it is a total rip off.
Check for the offers, applicability etc at the cash counter before you place the order. Happy hour offers are system time based (as told by cash counter).
If you want to impress someone and want to spend some quality time; it is a good place.