Hot dishes include delicious spinach and feta samosa's, kofta balls and tomato chutney, seasoned jasmine rice, potato bake, vegetable curry, and specials of semolina (wheat like pasta) and roast veges.
The quaint cafe makes use of organic and home-grown produce whenever possible, so it's a healthy lunch date.
It's not just the food that allures you in, complete with small chandeliers, soft white lounges and vintage wall paper the new age setting is equally as inviting.
The spirited atmosphere is set with ambient tunes, framed photographs of Indian Gurus (Eat Pray Love much?) and a selection of inspiring literature from Hindu Gods - for those who prefer some extra Zen with their dish.
For the sweet-tooth, cheese cake, chocolate cake and tiramisu sit-pretty behind the glass cabinets from $6.
The cafe is a popular night spot and later for kicks, head up the outlook for a bright view of the skyline.
Take away options are also available just in case the pint-sized cafe gets a little cozy.