With the new non-smoking regulations, this indoor shisha lounge bar has sadly become just a lounge bar. The shishas that used to take centre-stage have been cast aside and now line the passageway enroute to the toilets. Thankfully, the bar has retained some charm, with its contemporary, earthy décor and plush sofas. While the early evening has a mellow world music selection, the beat picks up around the midnight hour with lively bhangra remixes. The clientele is mostly local and foreign Indians looking to let loose with their buddies on the dancefloor, and the convivial atmosphere is fun and infectious, no doubt aided by the decently mixed drinks. Party animals with an appetite can head to Shisha’s sister, the Ivory Kitchen, right next door, where a menu of delectable north Indian tapas keeps hunger pangs at bay. Try the chicken tikka, crispy cheese tikka patties and crispy lamb rolls. For once, it might be recommended that you head out for the night on an empty stomach.