Sunday, July 31, 2016

Betwixt Twists and Turns - Book Review

Betwixt Twists and Turns
By Mona Mohanty
Review By Ila Garg

Betwixt Twists and Turns, a potpourri of short stories by Mona Mohanty, is published by Penguin Partridge Publications. The cover design shows an abstract art with a human skull. I could make out that the stories would be centered around the themes of what goes inside a human mind from the cover. Interesting enough to tempt me to pick it and start reading.

Mona Mohanty has had a passion for short stories since childhood. This passion gets reflected well in this collection too. She has served as an officer of the Indian Revenue Service for more than two decades and currently lives in New Delhi.

The blurb reads as, “Dragonflies are said to be harbingers of rain, but they may be much more for one unsuspecting woman. A household dog finds a reprieve when Grandma comes to stay. A young man stops by an ATM at night and finds himself encountering robbers-and a young woman who may not be what she seems.
In Betwixt Twists and Turns, author Mona Mohanty presents a series of short stories born from random thoughts that popped up out of nowhere, overheard bits of conversation, parables of family lore, and anecdotes from friends. These tales come from a variety of viewpoints-an older woman who receives an unexpected telegram, a businessman who encounters what might be a ghost, and various animals sharing their impressions of human life. These stories vividly capture the routine of existence-but with a surprising twist.
This collection of short stories set in India features tales with unexpected outcomes from a wide range of perspectives, both human and animal.”

Perspectives have always intrigued me, so this one was a must read for me. This anthology doesn’t disappoint you at any point. All the stories are based on the worlds of humans and animals.

There are 25 stories in this 112-page book, so clearly the stories are very short in length and maybe that is there USP. They are lucid and do not drag on. The author has made sure that the stories hit the point bang on and do not get boring. The language is simple and easy to comprehend. I found all the stories quite engaging. The subjects are tackled intricately by the skillful author.

All the stories are accompanied by a related picture at the beginning – something that I liked. I would not give you any spoilers here except for the titles of the stories – here they are: Wandering, In the Mind’s Eye, A Drive, A Meeting, Turning the Corner, Life’s Well, Wind beneath My Wings, Food for Thought, Toy Stories, The Sentinel, Hustle in a Bustle, Memories, The Dark Knight, Spanner in the Works, The Message Trail, The Route, Déjà vu, The Nest, On the Mountain Track, The Open Closet, Watch and Ward, Prayers, The Call, Stop, and Lullaby.

Further, this book is definitely for those readers who want to read some intellectual stuff and not just time pass. It’s a light read and overall a compelling book. You can easily carry it during travel and finish it off in an hour or two. A book that gave me a lot to reflect on! Highly recommended!

Ratings: 4/5

Buying Links: Amazon | Flipkart

Monday, July 25, 2016

That man of my dreams!

It would be a complete lie if I would say that no one ever loved me the way you do. It would be a lie if I would say I was always wrong when it came to choices. Nothing in the world is ever completely wrong, my dear, even a stopped clock is right twice a day. Then how can I always be wrong? How can the emotions be wrong? But then, emotions are like wild horses. They can be dangerous if left untamed.

But now that you are so crazily in love with me and you have even confessed, wrong things are going to turn right too. That's my belief. At least for now! You are everything that I always wished for. Well, I wouldn't say that because my prince charming; that man of my dreams slightly differs from you. Being in love with him is like kissing a melted chocolate and then surrender completely to the pleasures that it offers. Being in love with you is no different. However, the man of my dreams would not probably bear half the things that you have for me and that's why you are better. Maybe the best! I am yet to know...

May be someday you will actually end up being my prince charming and take me for your princess. Maybe we shall also ride the white horse together and elope to a distant land. I can read God's signals as He smiles at me and showers his blessings in the form of rain from the skies above. He is one with me in this desire.

It's raining now, the weather has turned pleasant. It's the perfect ambiance. Something that I adore. Imagine holding hands under the natural showers, walking on an empty street in such a romantic weather, looking deep in each other's eyes, feeling the presence, listening to the fast paced heart beats, that magical touch, that twinkle in the eyes, those shivering fingers, the numb hands, the blowing hair - being with your love in this weather is priceless. And there's more; the touch of your lips on mine under the rain will be so majestic. It will send shivers down my spine. I can only imagine! If only you could read my mind and somehow the distance between us could be reduced.
I can be strong and survive this though. But somehow, the emotions always make me weak. And its one of that day, when am sitting admiring the magical weather and you are busy sitting in your office. *Sigh*

Wish you could be here after all and create the magic that only comes with you!

P.S. I love you!

Sunday, July 24, 2016

Poetry: To My Love, From Me...

She would never have been angry…
Maybe, she just wanted things,
And not merely the trings.
Perhaps he was doing his bit,
He never let her quit.
She had questions,
She wished to see reciprocations
But, all she got was a set of accusations!
It was her DAY,
It was her BIRTHDAY.
She wanted him, his time,
A gift laced with smiles,
An expression in his rhyme,
And not just to travel miles.
They did spend an evening,
Together, they had a great evening.
He did it all with love and care,
Loving her was his flair!
Okay, they do love each other,
Of course, they are meant to be together!
What would he miss if she goes?
Restlessly, a question she throws.
Wishing to strengthen the rope,
For an answer that would rekindle hope.
His minimalism in love irks her at times,
She wonders if he could just surprise her sometimes.
He inspires her in a million ways,
Adding phrase after phrase.
But, her NEVERLAND dreams…
They are beyond limits,
They are full of craze!
His actions are mysterious, if she is upfront,
His smile is still her REJOICE,
Even when he fails to let ‘them’ have an IDENTITY.
They fight and she says, ‘Let’s BREAK UP’,
They hug and he says, ‘Let’s MAKE UP’.
Oh, all she has to do is STAY.
The words that they often say,
The smiles, hugs and kisses in the café,
Keep getting etched for the DOOMSDAY!
‘We have no FUTURE’, she says.
‘But, we have a PRESENT’, he says.
And in a moment, they are angry again.
Look how the smile fades away,
Yes, Love continues to stay.
Love binds their FAIRYTALE,
But careful, it’s still frail.
She wants overt romance, he keeps it subtle,

She winks, and he writes an ODE TO HIS ANGEL.

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Movie Review: Sultan

Genre: Action & Drama
Director: Ali Abbas Zafar
Producer: Aditya Chopra
Music: Vishal – Shekhar
Editing: Rameshwaram S. Bhagat
Studio: Yash Raj Films
Language: Hindi
Review By Ila Garg

Salman Khan's Eid release Sultan has been much talked about. So at last, I too decided to catch the flick and see for myself that what is so special about it. The 2016 Hindi Movie, Sultan is directed by an experienced director Ali Abbas Zafar and produced by Aditya Chopra. The Yash Raj Film banner has always managed to come up with extremely heart touching subjects and create magic on the big screen. I watched the movie at Big Cinemas, GIP, Noida - 7 PM show!

I won't get into the details of how the hall was or how the people there were! I will instead move on to tell you all how the movie was.

Right from the opening scene, the movie was a delight to watch. I am not a Salman fan, yet his overpowering presence did send ripples across the theater as I could hear people shouting and getting involved with the character of Sultan Ali Khan (played by Salman Khan). Anushka Sharma did an excellent job as Aarfa Hussain, however, her character could not create much impact. I had expected her to be equal to Sultan. But, Aarfa like a typical Indian girl gave up her career for Sultan once she is married to him and gets pregnant. Aarfa then finds her happiness in Sultan who was never a wrestler before meeting her. He even says he is Sultan - the wrestler because of Aarfa. Eventually he does become quite successful in his career, only to turn out to be highly arrogant and messing up his family life with Aarfa, who requested him to stay back and not go for a match as she would be needing him while delivering their child.

Amit Sadh (as Aakash Oberoi) and Randeep Hooda (as Fateh Singh) have played their parts well and made their mark in the movie. In the first half, Govind (played by Anant Sharma) who is a close friend of Sultan narrates the famous love story of Sultan and Aarfa and what led to Sultan giving up his career and go on a quest of opening a blood bank in the remote village of Haryana so that no other Aman (his unborn child) ever dies. Aakash did the great job of convincing Sultan to restart his career at the age of 40-45 when almost everyone had given up hopes on him. He roped in Fateh Singh to train him and come back to his form.

As a die-hard SRK lover, I loved the moment when Salman as Sultan said, "Shahrukh ka mazaak mat udhao ... manne bahut pasand hai ... jab woh ladki ke aankh mein aankh daalke dekhe hai na toh andhi ladki bhi patt jaave hai." Salman's dialogue delivery is awesome and will leave you laughing throughout.

The music was the USP as right from the first score to the last, I enjoyed it flowing through my ears. Irshad Kamil has done a good job with the lyrics. The song Jag Ghumiya is extremely addictive. The background score of khoon mei tere mitti, mitti mei tera khoon, was overpowering the scenes and blended well with the scenes.

Overall, I would recommend this movie to one and all.

Ratings: 4/5

Also read review by Kanika on TGC.

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Fabbag July 2016 - Review

Hey Lovelies,

So here I am unboxing and reviewing July 2016 Fabbag for you all.

I was really excited for this month’s bag. It’s my fourth one from Fabbag and so far, the experience has been great. I love flaunting my bags everywhere I go. They are so handy that I can easily put them in my handbag and take along during my travels.

This month’s Fabbag is this ‘The Hello Gorgeous July Fabbag’. It’s navy blue in colour with pink lip impressions on the print. I love the feel of this bag; it’s leathery and adds to its quality. Inside the bag, I got 4 lovely products – 3 full-sized and 1 sample-sized. First impression of the entire bag was ‘wow!’ I tried them out excitedly. Here’s the product-wise review of what I found #InMyFabbag :

Johara Instant Radiance Face Scrub: The bag contains a 15 g sample of the product. The full-sized product comes in a package of 100 g and is priced at Rs 500. This face scrub is formulated with natural exfoliating ultra-fine walnut extract and a blend of lemon peel extract and neem oil to gently slough off dull skin layers, remove impurities and promote natural cell exfoliation. Brighten up lacklustre skin with this creamy formula enriched with CococinTM CG, a nutrient-rich extract from green, tender coconut water to rejuvenate skin, leaving it feeling clean, smooth and toned, for a simply radiant complexion.
It does have a fragrance of walnut and it left my skin feeling good after application.

Skin Yoga Coffee Body Scrub: The bag contains a full-sized 100 g product which is priced at Rs 845. The caffeine enhances fat metabolism and removes liquid and fat from your skin, ultimately reducing the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks. The natural oil moisturizes and nourishes your skin. This scrub also treats inflammation and protects your skin from sun damage. It is 100% natural body exfoliator, fragrance-free, preservative-free and paraben-free.
I applied it on my wet skin after shower as per the directions. After scrubbing it for 5 minutes, I rinsed it off. My skin felt softer instantly. The difference was indeed noticeable. I like the packaging too. It perfect to carry while travelling.

Pep Moisture Velvet Shampoo: The bag contains a full-sized 50 ml product which is priced at Rs 119. It is formulated with a blend of oat protein milk, the extra-nourishing formula is designed to restore moisture and give deep root nourishment. After a few uses, your strands will be softer and more manageable—which means you can spend less time fussing over your hair.
I have an oily scalp and thus, this shampoo was much needed for my hair. The hair fall was less and my hair felt smooth. Good product to try!

Sugar It’s A-Pout Time! Vivid Lipstick: The bag contains this awesome lipstick by Sugar. It’s Big Bang Berry shade and priced at Rs 599. Although, I already have this shade but I still love it. The month's shade selection is available to only 3, 6 and 12 month subscribers. Shade for one month subscribers is customised by the FabBag team.
I love sugar cosmetics. This shade is perfect for my complexion and every time I apply it; I get loads of compliments. It is long-lasting and doesn’t fades out.

In a nutshell, I liked all the products. My two favourites are Skin Yoga Coffee Body Scrub (Rs 845) and Sugar It’s A-Pout Time! Vivid Lipstick (Rs 599). The Fabbag can reach your doorsteps in Rs 599 or you can get a 10% discount and have it at just Rs 539. You can subscribe to this awesome monthly bag here:


Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Go Clown - #AccheDin for Comedy! - Book Review

Go Clown - #AccheDin for Comedy!
By Shatrugna Vadwlas
Review By Ila Garg

Go Clown - #AccheDin for Comedy!, a novel by Shatrugna Vadwlas, is published by himself in association with AuthorsUpfront. The cover seems quite unusual at first glance! How can you ever relate this picture with comedy? And then there is a game board spread near his feet, which majorly looks out of place. But as you go about reading the book, it starts making sense.

Shatrugna Vadwlas is a Software architect based in the US, with an American Masters in Engineering and an undergraduate degree from the National Institute of Technology (NIT), India. He is a contributor to the Times of India, Huffington Post, Faking News and other Media Portals. He has completed a writer's course at the Writers Center in Washington DC.

His Comedy Novel Go Clown - #AccheDin for Comedy! has created quite a buzz in the Social Media with over 8,00,000 engagements, 2,50,000 views for the trailer on Facebook & YouTube, 5000 hits for the sample excerpt at, on the 1st day itself!

The blurb reads as, “When Baby Kiriti arrived in this world, he was like a lost butterfly in a sea of white. A baby who is born and thrust into the huge sea of humanity called India, rides and steers his destiny ship, as he constantly grapples with the Clown inside him, who meanwhile brings out his own set of funny oars in these troubled waters.
The Clown’s journey continues on from a Karma-Guru to a trader of special water from Europe (thanks to his Made-in-China friend!), and from a music director (the Bad-Boy theme!) to the founder of a school, and a dirty sock to a sex-crazed, horny bunch of young fellas. The colors of the Clown’s comedy are different but he always plays to the circus of life. As Kiriti encounters a wide array of characters from the length and breadth of India, a land as rich as its flavours, the carefree years full of joy and young hopes come to an end, with the sweet smell of Ganja still lingering under the starry nights. The philosophy of Meaning is preached, after a session of holy smokes, on the sides of a dusty highway which sees blood and grime daily.
And finally with the Mystical Game which casts a shadow on Kiriti’s life having been won, everything is laid to rest under a blanket of white, only to be stumbled upon by a Sherpa on the peaks of the mighty Himalayas that wakes up something inside of his adorable son!
Is it a Thief, his Dream or the Clown?”

It’s been long since I read a good piece on magic realism. This book is a humourous account of the life of an Indian student. No, before you start making any judgments, I must say this book doesn’t offer regular humour; it is a book with intelligent humour. It targets almost every aspect of life – paid media, education, caste, creed, hypocrisy of NRIs, etc. From fun to family, Ganga to ganja, Shiva to seclusion, technology to temperament and from the epic tale of the Go Game and the strategies and plans that revolve around it – this book has it all to make it a memorable ride for you!

The use of satire is the USP of the book.

The author has laced out the incidents so beautifully in humourous details. It’s not easy for an author or anybody for that matter to make someone laugh. However, this book easily manages to do that while picking common issues that we all see but choose to ignore in the humdrum of life.

Comedy, Laughter, Clown, A game, Strategy involved, Some splash of colours, Then some more laughter, Discovering inner-self before dissolving in more comedy – this book is nothing short of marvellous! It manages to bring together almost every flavour of India and leaves you laughing like crazy – definitely acche din for comedy.

The language is simple and easy to comprehend. However, I did find some serious grammatical errors, but in the light of a good plot they can be ignored. I found it quite engaging overall. The subject is tackled intricately by the skillful author.

How India is declining on the political front, the double standards of the society we live in, how the house helpers can sometimes be arrogant, are we living in reality or in dream (basically is our life a magic realism after all) are some of the many reasons why you will keep turning the pages to find out what happens in Go Clown - #AccheDin for Comedy! 

Further, this 340-page book is good enough to expose the reality and the dreams that we tend to mix. We all have a clown inside us that keeps our thoughts clouded and doesn’t let us know our real self. It’s a light read and overall a compelling book.

Ratings: 4.25/5

Buying Links: Shimply | Flipkart | Amazon

Monday, July 18, 2016

Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2016 gets an overwhelming response!

Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2016 receives an overwhelming response from Delhi

The winner of Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva - Miss Universe India 2016 will proudly represent India at Miss Universe held later this year

Delhi, July 17, 2016: 

Scouting for a woman who is a beautiful blend of intellect, sass and oomph, Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2016 received an overwhelming response with its audition in Delhi which was held at Shangri-La's Eros Hotel. The coveted pageant has been instrumental in re-inventing the definition of beauty and fashion and setting new milestones each year. Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2016 is a 7 part reality tele-series and will be aired on Colors Infinity, India’s Premier English Entertainment channel.  With Lara Dutta as the mentor, the search has begun for a girl who embodies beauty and beyond and has the spirit to conquer the universe.

The much awaited auditions were held at Shangri-La's Eros Hotel who has come on board as the Hospitality & Venue partner for the Delhi auditions. An elite fashionable set of panelists and judges screened the contestants who were judged on various parameters ranging from ramp walk, perfect body, communications skills and more. Hair and Make - up partner Soniya Chandola was also seen contributing to the success of auditions.

Yamaha Fascino has partnered with the pageant as the title sponsor as it reflects the spirit of freedom and the desire to go beyond conventional boundaries. The brand aims to fascinate the youth by fulfilling their life with products and services. Adding to the excitement, they will also cast one of the lucky finalists to feature in a brand new Yamaha Fascino TV commercial! The pageant has been styled by Splash Fashions- a brand that celebrates fashion in its true sense with the philosophy of “Love Fashion”. Yamaha Fascino Miss Diva 2016 is a 7 part reality tele-series which will be aired on Colors Infinity, India’s Premier English Entertainment channel.

The nationwide auditions will traverse through the length and breadth of the country to bring to you the best from other cities as well including Lucknow, Indore, Ahmedabad, Kolkata, Chandigarh, Pune, Hyderabad and Bengaluru that will culminate into the final leg of auditions at Mumbai.

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Sunday, July 17, 2016

2 Peg Ke Baad - Book Review

2 Peg Ke Baad
By Nikita Lalwani
Review By Ila Garg

2 Peg Ke Baad, a collection of 14 short stories by Dr Nikita Lalwani, is published by Srishti Publishers. The cover shows a wine glass with red liquor. The black background is exactly what represents a drunk state of mind. The cover has a very simple feel to it. The title is apt keeping in mind the theme of the stories which talk about what happens in an inebriated state.

A writer/dentist/copywriter/blogger/coffee enthusiast/explorer/arithmophobic, Dr Nikita Lalwani considers herself to be married to writing and is very happy with that. Swimming, spirituality, reading, learning new languages are her other girlfriends. She authored her first non-fiction work Live Life... Stop Analysing It when she was 16. Nikita believes that dentistry happened to be destiny, but writing is where she truly finds herself.

She considers herself a workaholic and loves exploring different aspects of life that stand way away from just text books and desk jobs. Currently she is working as a copywriter with an ad agency in Mumbai.

2 Peg Ke Baad is her second book.

The blurb reads as, “2 Peg Ke Baad brings together 14 short stories that happened after 2 pegs, in an inebriated state. World’s greatest stories are created when people are high – masterpieces are painted, universal truths are realized, models on billboards are befriended, lovers are united, butts are kicked, confessions are made, and relationships are sorted.
The book started as a blog with people from across the world sharing their stories, ideas, confessions and beliefs and the elixir of the 14 best stories is here to reveal what lies beyond a conscious mind.
Though the book does not intend to encourage drinking alcohol in any sense, here’s to celebrate every emotion that kicks after a few pegs. Cheers!!”

The 14 stories are centred on the theme of drinking and the events that occur in the trance state. Intoxication has given birth to a lot of creativity. So many poets have composed their best poems in a trance state. Dr Nikita Lalwani has therefore, managed to unleash her creativity through these stories. Each story is well written.

The fourteen short stories compiled in the book are:

1. A Walk with A Call Girl
2. My Last painting
3. What Happens in Banaras... Stays for a Lifetime
4. How We Got Married
5. Apology! Sex Pays
6. Papier Blanc (The Blank Paper)
7. When All That Mattered Was a Gun
8. Drive-In-Sanity
9. Kicking the Butt
10. Rosita in the Bar
11. It's not a Love Story
12. Epilogue
13. Euphobia
14. Car no. 88

All 14 stories bring out a different aspect even after being based on one single subject.

The author has successfully portrayed deep and hidden realities. The language is simple and easy to comprehend. Readers will find the events quite interesting. I found it quite engaging. The subject is tackled beautifully by the skillful author. You don’t have to be an alcoholic to read and enjoy these stories or to connect with them.

How drinking can affect you, how a drunk person reacts, what happens in an intoxicated state, some moments of fun and that of revelation are some of the many reasons why you will keep turning the pages to find out what happens in each of the stories in 2 Peg Ke Baad.

Further, this 168-page book is good enough to expose the double standards of society we live in, the hidden secrets that we all have. It’s a light read and overall a compelling book.

Ratings: 4/5

Buying Links: Amazon | Infibeam | Shimply | Flipkart

Thursday, July 14, 2016

The Junkyard Cafe - A Lip-smacking Afternoon!

Hello lovelies!

So about a week before, I got an invitation for an A-M-A-Z-I-N-G blogger's meet in my inbox. I checked the mail with a great deal of excitement and instantly gave my RSVP. After all, it was food! Yes, the blogger's meet was organised at The Junkyard Cafe, Saket on 2nd July 2016 as they had recently launched this outlet.

As I stepped in, the ambiance took me to the world of junk. It was decorated literally as a junkyard. I clicked few pictures before choosing a perfect place to sit -- near the much-talked-about Michael Jackson's art piece. First impression of the place -- a definite 'yes'.

There were other bloggers too. The atmosphere thereafter turned chirpy in no time. Food connects everyone, no matter what! Here are some of the clicks:

There was a special food menu for bloggers. But before we could look at it, we were served with some snacks. I will review each of them for you one after the other as I plunged into them. Here you go:

1) Junkyard Style Paneer Tikka: Paneer!! Enough to pep up my mood any day. It was right in front of my eyes, presented so beautifully that I could not stop myself from taking the first bite. The foodie in me simply loved it. The spices were mixed well. It was served on a leaf. It is often said that if the food looks good, half of the battle is already won! So yeah, for presentation, I would give a 5/5 to The Junkyard Cafe.

2) Hara Bhara Kabab: Indeed a good item to be served on the table. As I dug into the kabab, I could not stop at one and ended up eating 2-3 in just few seconds. The taste was too good and stayed for long on my tongue. It's worth trying!

3) Vanilla Cold Coffee: I see coffee on the menu and I don't order it! How can it ever be possible! It came in a elegant looking bottle and I took my first sip, not knowing if I would love it or not! But voila! I loved it. In fact, I found it one of the best cold coffees I have had in Delhi so far. I finished the large bottle quickly. Placed it on the table only once before finishing it off, that too just to click a picture for you all.

4) Veg Spring Rolls: So it was beginning to be a snacky afternoon, with so many varieties of snacks coming on the table. Ah! the presentation! Especially the flower caught my attention. The artist in me fell in love there and then! I took a piece of the roll and put it in my mouth. And OMG! it was prepared so well. It was simply the best snack I had that day. I was drooling on it till the end.

5) Palak Patta Chaat: The blogger sitting next to my table struck a conversation with me and recommended this dish. As soon as he did that, the waiter came to my table carrying it for me. I was all set to unravel the chaat. Paan in this form! What an innovative idea! And it was interesting. Presentation was spot on and it tasted good.

6) Ice Tea: Summers and ice tea go hand in hand! So I opted for Basil flavour while Kanika, who was with me at the event, went for Peach flavour. We both tasted both the flavours and they were good. I can safely say that the restaurant's USP lies in their drinks.

7) Honey Chilli Potato: Everyone loves them despite the weight-gain factor associated with them -- potatoes -- yes! I ordered them quite eagerly in spite of being full. We had been eating non-stop for about an hour by the time we decided to have these. But we were tempted to try these anyway! However, this was not that good. It was cold and taste wasn't that exceptional. As good as it looked, it did play a spoilsport!

8) Milkshake: We thought of ending on a sweet note and ordered milkshakes -- I chose Hazelnut and Butter Scotch as that's my all-time favourite flavour, Kanika decided on trying Banana and Cake flavour. Both the shakes were amazing! Thank goodness we chose to have them and not end on a cold  and not-so-good dish. I must say their shakes were one of the best I have had.

Quirky Note: I explored the place some more and went to check the washroom too. What I found there amazed me. Have a look at the basin and know for yourself!

P.S. I loved the place so much that I went ahead to check their outlet in Connaught Place too. Similar ambiance followed and I made a mental note to keep this place as one of the hangout options from now on.

Ambiance: 4.5/5
Presentation of food: 5/5
Preparation/Hygiene: 4/5
Overall Ratings: 4/5

Address: Plot D-1, Unit 16,17, 30, 31, 
Ground Floor, Salcon Ras Vilas Mall, 
District Centre, Saket, New Delhi
Phone number: 011 30806393

Also read the review of the same event by Kanika Sharma on TGC.