On the edge of the Taj’s flashy Spice Road stands this wall-less, thick-seated, track-lit 24-hour bistro, where flatscreen TVs broadcast images of fresh food beside non-subliminal messages like “zesty,” “bold” and “vibrant,” crafting a comfy-diner-of-the-future vibe. Get your spicy (zesty?) on with mussels arrabbiata in tomato sauce. Or go for man food (bold?) with an 8-ounce filet mignon with Boursin cheese and mushroom demi-glace. Or do that sassy worldly (vibrant?) thing with sweet ginger-glazed salmon with bok choy. The fare—including a slightly soupy chicken potpie, fried-onion twigs with roasted tomato aioli, oversize salads and surprisingly generous wine pours—isn’t outstanding, but it’s quick and tasty and fairly classy—and all that for two for less than $70 ain’t bad.