Inspired by Alexander the Great and his conquests across continents in Europe, the Middle East and South Asia, this Beach Road restaurant serves Mediterranean and North Indian cuisine in an elaborate setting.

Interiors are modern, with distinctive oriental touches as seen on gilded chests and mirrors with Moroccan patterns. Bordering on dramatic, the space is awash in warm orange lighting and flamboyant red Moroccan tents. The menu covers Greek, Moroccan and North Indian food, with dishes like the garides saganaki with baked prawns, tomato and feta cheese ($17), Moroccan tagine served with slow-cooked lamb ($26), and pasrur malai tikka ($16), which has chicken kebab drizzled with cheese, lemon juice and coriander. Besides food, the restaurant also has a full bar and lounge serving up cocktails and wines from Italy, France and Greece.