Food is an important matter. Those who believe this will recognise the importance of continuing to seek out new ways to feed this interest, this fire. Fear not; there are a number of folks who share your viewpoint and have worked hard to ensure that every eater has something absolutely unique to treasure.
Let’s take a peek at some of India’s truly inventive and unique restaurants:
1. New Lucky Restaurant, Ahmedabad
The new Lucky restaurant in Ahmedabad’s graveyard is designed around coffins and gravestones. New Lucky at Lal Darwaja is, without a doubt, the strangest restaurant you’ve ever heard of. It used to be a graveyard where a Sufi saint and his kin were buried before it began 50 years ago.
Krishnan Kutti, the owner, decided not to disturb the coffins and instead built a seating area with tables around them. He believes that dining in the sight of these tombs has been beneficial to their business.
2. FlyDining, Bangalore
Bengaluru has become the country’s first city to provide a fly eating experience. A deck with a large dining table in the centre and 22 chairs around it is lifted 160 feet into the air by a crane, giving you a unique aerial perspective of Nagawara Lake, Manyata Techpark, and Bengaluru’s green cover while you dine.
Even those with a fear of heights will enjoy this experience because the deck is secure and the chairs are equipped with three belts. Pregnant women and children under the age of 13-14 are not permitted on the deck. Fly Dining requires a minimum height of 4 feet 5 inches (135cm), however there are no weight restrictions.
3. Seva Cafe, Ahmedabad
If you eat at Seva Cafe in Ahemdabad, the person before you will have paid your bill. Seva Cafe comes with a cause of infusing the world with love in this time of hate and violence. At this cafe, you may eat a healthy meal while learning about giving without any expectations.
The nicest part about this cafe is that you won’t have to pay the bill at the conclusion of your meal because the prior customer will have already paid it. You’ll be required to keep the chain going by paying the following customer.
4. Hang Out At Sheroes, Agra & Lucknow
Survivors of acid attacks have found hope for a better future at the Sheroes Cafe in Agra and Lucknow, which attracts visitors from all over the world. The majority of Sheroes’ clients are international tourists who enjoy the restaurant’s hospitality. Only vegetarian cuisine, mostly North Indian and Continental, are served at this cafe.
Customers can pay whatever amount they like, and there is no such thing as a fixed bill. Essentially, the cafe produces a nice profit throughout the year, although they do rely on crowd fundraising on occasion.
5. Firangi Dhaba, Mumbai
Auto-rickshaws are India’s transportation system’s lifeblood. But who’d have guessed they’d make an appearance in a restaurant? This dhaba has done it, and it has done it well. The interiors are just the right amount of desi, and you can eat a meal while sitting in an auto.