You are welcomed with an opening drink (non-alcoholic) of shikanji; which gives you an idea of what to look forward to (an ethnic, North Indian affair). Before serving the food, they offer you a variety of achaars (pickles) ranging from nimbu, aam, mirch to lehsun and baigan. I had a sweet achaar made of baigan (eggplant), which was delicious.
The cuisine is primarily North Indian. We had ordered Desi Vibes ka Khas Bharawan Khumb (Stuffed Mushroom), Dal Punjabi (Yellow Dal Tadka / Yellow lentils), Paneer Roganjosh and Aloo Dum Banarasi with Tandoori Roti. The food was well cooked. In our case, the Stuffed Mushrooms and Aloo Dum Banarasi were quite nice.
You can choose from a range of drinks too (non-alcoholic); which vary from a rare Kharubje ka Ras etc to the more regular Lassis.