A new place in city which grabbing eyeballs for all good reason, hell good place to be on week days after work catch ups or unwinding your weekends.

Ambiance– Very different for Hyderabad scene as its refreshing to see such good exterior and interior coming up which based on Dockyard theme. Place is huge with indoor and outdoor seating, two floors seating which is great for evening/night parties, dance floor area is dual usage like for early evenings be seated to enjoy sunset and late evenings as dance floor. Colors usage is very subtle, calm which is welcoming for this summer. It got a very positive vibe all in all, loved it totally.

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Food and Drinks- Over here they got well stock bar with a huge menu in cocktails/liquors/beers/mock tails this place going to be hit among drink lovers. We ordered one beer bucket and few mock tails in which I like tropical punch the most.

Tropical Punch A perfect cheers for nonalcoholic or for a change mock tail lover like me as it’s got a perfect balance of passion fruit juice, pineapple, orange and lemonade. Total refresher, thirst quencher and looks so beautiful.

Sea Breeze Very mild and subtle in taste as it’s got peach, lime and orange with dash of soda on it make this one good for those who like less sweetened drinks.

Watermelon ginger spritzer– Who doesn’t like fresh watermelon juice in summer, well I love it as its good for health plus it’s so refreshing and as ginger syrup add on to tis drink make it bit different in taste in good way.

Bottoms up!!!!!!!!


Crispy Lotus Stem– Very few restaurants or lounge bars serve lotus stem in their menu as its now one of the exotic vegetable in world. The quantity was great, crisp and sharp taste of the black bean sauce they have served along with gave a perfect tangy and crisp, salty taste to this munchie starter. I really like it and it’s not the usual way we have always eaten our lotus stem, you gonna love it.

Jalapeno poppers- This one was delight to wat with that beautiful golden crispy crust and inner cheesy burst with hint of spice of jalapeno, this starter goes well with any kind of mock tail or drinks. A heavenly experience for cheese lovers.

Crispy mushrooms with parsley and lemon butter– Being an avid mushroom lover I always make sure to include one mushroom dish in dine out whether it’s any cuisine or any meal course. This one was very different till date what I had and my taste buds just loved every bit of it. Well sautéed button mushrooms in butter with drizzle of parsley lemon butter made it sour, tangy and zesty. Flavor where bursting with right proportion, delightful dish but they can certainly serve bit more.

Pan fried Basa– Two medium throne less chunks of Basa fish which pan seared to perfection and with that marinara sauce which is generous plated goes so well. Served with fresh veggies and that potatoes grilled make this a complete meal which you never going to forget anytime soon.

Quantity wise- perfect

Veggies- Broccoli, cauliflower, mushroom, carrots, cherry tomatoes, potato wedges

Marinara sauce was perfect in taste with fresh tomatoes usage with hint of parsley, garlic and oregano made the authentic taste to palate.

Dessert (Po Pia Chocolate) Spring rolls which got chocolate inside, crisp from outer and sweet, soft from inside. Looks like cigar though but a guilt free cigar- drizzled with chocolate syrup and served along with vanilla ice cream a total adieu to a perfect evening with great music and meal.

Service– Well mannered, very informative and professional staff over here, though during crowd they might get bit slow which is understandable. I loved their bill box it’s so pretty with old charm effect, very unique style and pretty.

It’s a good place with good crowd and people so weekend it’s your party destination specially for EDM lovers.


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