As you walk up the stairs, the graffiti on the walls amuse you, reach up to the second floor and you strike a chord with the lively ambiance this place offers.
Open air and indoor, this place offers both. Since I visited in the evening I preferred the open-air ambiance.
The quintessential aroma of sheesha is just perfect to hold your glass.
The choice of cuisine is largely oriental and continental, with some interesting cocktails.
The quality is good and food portions are pretty filling.
Prices are not very exorbitant for a fine dining place like this.
Overall a good visit
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