Decided to go here for a small celebratory dinner on a Tuesday night. It's smallish place in one of the old Colaba buildings.
They werent taking reservations. We managed to get a table for 2 at around 7.45pm, without a wait. The beer collection is really good - can select from a few Belgian beers and Brit ales, apart from the usual suspects. The fish fingers were yummy, crisp and not so greasy.
The mains were the highpoint. My husband's Citrus chicken was nearly perfect - presented very well on a bed of potatoes and garlicky spinach. Just a little more sauce would have been nice,
The gnocchi in pesto that I ordered was melt in the mouth. Just wish it had been presented more appetizingly - it looked like a flat bowl of light green stuff.
We didn't have room for dessert.
The highpoint was the service - despite the restaurant being full, the staff was really attentive and accommodating when we asked for a change of table.
Loved it and would visit again.