The new and refreshing look at this seafood oriented restaurant is very nice and appealing. The place is decked up in the theme of white and teal blue, and almost sea blue color which is pretty relaxing and soothing to your eye. The menu is a good mix of seafood and that’s mainly what you get here, some regional style Tava Fry dishes and some European style large plates is what you get. The service is pretty good but the food arrives a little late because they take a while to cook the food and make it fresh for you. Segregated in a classic and old fashioned way, the grills menu along with some salads and appetizers is good. The ‘Fish and Chips’ with classic Tartar sauce is very nice and feels great to eat with that good quality fish. Gone are the days when you need to manage the legendary dish with some cheaper alternative of fish available in India through other Asian counterparts. The ‘Tuna Salad’ is nice and comes with some bright flavours of Bell peppers and Olive Oil. There is a whole menu of the European mains that include ‘Red Snapper with Caper sauce and Herbed Rice’. The fish especially tastes great and it’s fresh but the caper sauce can be a little spicier while the herbed rice is a good starchy influence. The dessert menu sounds very good with some classic options but they are not quite well done. We tried the 'Apple Pie' and instead of the Pie base being crumbly and nice, it was super soggy, so we had to make do with the Apple and Cinnamon filling.
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