Created by world renowned architects Hersch Bender Associates (HBA), the restaurant’s interiors and colours are a tribute to contemporary India and to the evolving palates of food connoisseurs. Here you can begin your culinary sojourn, from the robust flavours of Punjab along with the mustard flavoured fish of Bengal and then move on to the spicy cuisine of South India heightened by coconut and many such beautiful combinations.
Set in an informal and casual ambience, Diya gives us bursts of colours, with a comfortable seating to accommodate 80 guests. It is a delightful venue for people who enjoy Indian traditional fare outside of their kitchens in a cool setting. One of the interesting features of the restaurant is the glass enclosed “Maharaja Room” a private dining space that can accommodate up to twelve guests. It offers guests exclusivity of space and royal service for intimate gatherings. Another main feature of the restaurant is the show kitchen, where chefs deftly showcase their culinary skills as they toss and turn while guests enjoy the traditional music.
Location: Lobby level