The Olive Garden has an effortless bohemian vibe. You feel as if you could be dining anywhere in the world, although there’s an unmistakeably Indian service dynamic, as well as the sense of balance, which comes from being located in a city like Delhi. The architecture is organic, constructed around a beautiful Mediterranean courtyard with an olive tree, soothingly lit up at night. It’s well-organised, and runs like smooth, well-oiled machinery, with friendly, intelligent service and great value for money. I would recommend the delicious homemade beetroot pasta.