A themed restaurant is more than a meal! It is a great idea to make your business stand out in the crowd. It is not about cuisines only. A unique restaurant idea could boost your business too. People look for greater concept restaurants which could draw them to spend some quality time. Nowadays, people are looking for an exquisite and memorable experience that could only be created with the right ambience and food. If you are reinventing a concept or starting a new restaurant, these unique themed restaurants in India will serve as an inspiration.
Café Runway in Mumbai will certainly take your taste buds on a journey to rouse all your seven senses. Cafe Runway is the First Airport-Themed Cafe in Borivali, Mumbai. You can never run out of the ioptions from the menu that showcases interesting aviation ‘features’ - Pilot Controlled Rainbow Pizza, Loading Burger, Fixed Wings Aircraft Waffle, Aircraft Bambaiya Sandwich, Duty Free Noodles, Holiday Flight Mocktail, Landing Designator Pasta, Air - Canada Freakshake, Visual Runway Muffins, Blue Velvet Turbine Cake and much more! The idea to be onboard will definitely whisk you mentally to your favourite destination.
Neverland and Sea Yah
Mumbai’s two new floating restaurants were recently inaugurated by Union Minister Nitin Gadkari. The restaurants will operate at Marine Drive and the Gateway of India in Mumbai. Though it is slightly heavy on pocket i.e., the minimum cost for two is Rs. 5000, the restaurants are set to give one-of-its-kind experience to the visitors.
Gravity or Anti-Gravity, both the floors at Gravity Spacebar, Gurugram, are visual delights. The brain-child of Amandeep Singh Arora and Sameer Saroha, it is an outer space-themed restaurant. Consultant Chef Vishal Kochar has supervised the menu designing of the restro-bar. Modern Indian Tapas (Spanish cuisines with Indian flavours), Matthi Canape, Batata stones, Mushroom Chettinad Cappuccino and The Hanging Garden are popular among the people visiting the restro-bar. Overall Gravity Spacebar has an outer-space feel with astronauts hanging from the ceiling and the dangling of the stars. A twist of bright colours adds oomph to the ambience.
The Dark Café
Located in Delhi at GTB Nagar, the glow-in-the-dark theme of The Dark Café is certainly to watch out for. From décor to the glasses, this café sticks to the theme concept. Adding more to the quirkiness, the Café serves AF drink that glows with an eerie blue light too. The Café has a separate underground area for private parties.
The Drunken Botanist
The Drunken Botanist is a themed restaurant which is designed and named on Amy Stewart’s book with the same name - The Drunken Botanist. It’s a guidebook for mixologists and gardeners too. Amy’s book revolves around the stories about fungi, flowers, plants and herbs that people have transformed to alcohol. From the walls to upholstery, the ambience of the Drunken Botanist gives a feel of a botanical garden. One can find plant pots surrounding the seating arrangements. The restaurant is located at Cyber Hub, Gururam.