The outer seating area had a casual ambiance with cane furniture and lounge experience and the inner seating area had carpeted wooden interiors which reminded me of a converted palatial home.
There were 3 menus: Continental, Japanese and Indian.
I picked the starter from Continental menu. Bruschetta was fresh bread but fresh grated cheese as well, which didn't go very well with me. I usually prefer melted cheese.
Main course was from the Japanese menu. Sushi made its entry into my plate for the first time. Vegetarian sushi is rice and vegetables (including slices of ginger... oooff) wrapped in brinjal/ cucmber skin. I liked the vinegar and chilli flakes dip. Wasabi sauce is very concentrated and pungent flavored. But wasabi and vinegar dip go just fine with sushi.
Maybe we picked a weekday but the mocktails and dessert menu was limited. Mocktails were non-existent and desserts was limited to icecream only. Again, fig and honey flavour didn't disappoint me at all.
The herbal tea which every one of the Japanese guests had after dinner, and so did I, was average. I am not a connoisseur of tea flavours. I could sense Spinach flavour in the tea but then I already have a disclaimer...