This all-day dining place in its bright new avatar, with an al fresco section, is a treat for the eyes and a far cry from the staid place it was. The décor is smart and contemporary and the vibe, unmistakably warm and inviting. The layout is pleasing and the seating areas well-spread out. From 'Nasik Tomato Soup' to 'Saoji Mutton' and 'Prawns Linguine' to 'Brie Tempura', the exhaustive a la carte menu entices you with myriad offerings across cuisines. There are classics, Indian dishes, small plates, large plates and desserts. The comfort food - 'Chicken Baida Roll', 'Mumbai Toastie' and 'Matke Chole with Achari Kulche', certainly merit a try. The buffet spread for lunch and dinner is equally an exercise in choices. The selection on the bar menu is appealing, with quirky and fun offerings too. No drama or gimmicks, in the well-presented food here, but the dishes scream quality in terms of ingredients and bold flavours. The desserts section offers a range of global deserts and Indian sweets. The 'Kerala Coffee Cardamom Crème Brulee' is exceptional. The staff is affable, articulate and the service warm and alert.