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Located on the less lively, but more charming stretch of Robertson Quay, across the river from Warehouse Hotel. As in the stereotype, sun-loving western customers dine outside, with a pleasant view of the river. Heat-fearing Asians prefer the comfort of aircon, although the dining room is soulless. One might question the logic of combining Indian and Lebanese food: The chef is Indian, but lived in the Middle East for 20+ years. He must be overworked, for the food takes a long time to come out, and also in random fashion: bread was served a full 10 minutes after the hummus; our two neighbours both had steak frites, but one order came out 5 minutes after the other. An order of pappadum never showed up. When the food does appear though, it does taste good and authentic - delicious pita bread, scrumptious hummus, well-marinated kebab and lamb chops. The Indian dishes served at another table look appetising. Polite albeit not terribly pro-active wait staff.