A modest crowd of 60 can drink modestly at this joint that has the modest Cocos
over it and the modest Mexican restaurant Tex-Mex under it. Why all the modesty, you ask? Because we have researched high and low and have found hidden beneath the surface a gigantic screen here, besides which this place is but modest.
The large screen mostly plays movies and takes care of the general decorum of the house. When a couple of customers get hostile, play some song with Genelia dancing, Dia Mirza acting or Aarti Agarwal just existing. That ought to make them behave themselves.
DJ Srikanth spins Indi-pop and Hindi remixes most of the week except on Fridays when he ventures into rock. The stags here want the Bees Kiss. Apart from the Kiss part of the name, they also want it because of the delightful mix of white rum, honey and cream in it. To sop up the alcohol, the Lamb Chops with dry coconut, dry dates and green chillies are highly recommended.
A pitcher of beer costs you 290 bucks, which gives you a bright idea that the joint is friendly to bulk orders. So it automatically becomes a good place to have a private party like it's your birthday, sip Bacardi like it's your birthday (Thanks 50).
If movies and Indi-pop is your thing, then welcome here after the sun downs.