Enticing Theme Based Restaurants of Delhi

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Theme based cafes are so much in trend nowadays and mostly people now prefer to explore the unique and amazing restaurants and café which can offer them new experiences. Delectable food and cheap prices is not what nowadays people look for but, rather people are now focusing on the ambience as well. There are ample theme based restaurants and café in Delhi where one visit and have an altogether outstanding experience. Below is the list of some of the best theme based restaurants of Delhi. Explore and have fun!

SODA BOTTLER OPENER WALA

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Located at: Khan Market

Theme: Quirky Irani / Persian Theme

Irani Café culture came to India in the year 1950. Soda Bottle Opener Wala opens its doors to revive the lost old tradition by bringing typical Parsi cuisine and some Irani specialties. It is basically a restaurant and bar. Here one can have authentic Parsi cuisine and also some Irani specialties which are offered in the menu. It has an eccentric, fun and contemporary Irani type prototype with the menu full of Parsi specialities. The ambience of this place will surely take you back to 1950’s Parsi Culture. It has a nice cosy old-world, historical, yet modern ambience. And there is a blackboard of restaurant manners. This café offers amazing menu which provides ample options to choose from. It’s a must visit in Khan Market if you want to have lunch or dinner at a place which is bit different from other restaurants.

BOOMBOX CAFÉ

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Located at: Connaught Place, Khan Market & Rajouri Garden

Theme: Music Theme

Boombox literally means a portable radio and cassette player capable of powerful sounds mainly used by Hip-Hop Dancers. The restaurant has an enticing Hip-Hop based theme which one can observe in its interior. The Boombox eatery is the magic box for food lovers where they can discover everything from food to the mood boosters which are required to upraise the dining experience. The menu of this restaurant includes Mexican, French, Asian, American, North-Indian and Italian cuisines. Further, the terrace of the café offers amazing rooftop experience with private areas, a garden and a breathtaking view. The exterior is stylishly intensified by a dazzling Boombox shaped metal structure. Tables are also creatively constructed with built-in iceboxes, vibrant colours and cool mist which take you to a new world. The Boombox has three outlets in – Connaught Placed, Khan Market and Rajouri Garden. This café is quite popular and is rated among the most visited luxurious dine-out destinations.

MAMAGOTO

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Located at: Saket, Khan Market & Vasant Kunj

Theme: Pan Asian Theme

The name of this café means ‘playing with food’ in Japanese. The interior ambience of this place is like a period of Shangai movie. A perfect setting with setting like that of a Chinatown look and is an ideal place to sit and imbibe some Asian fare. This place is a true visual treat and its fun to spend some amazing time here with near and dear ones. The food served here tastes exactly as if it is served straight from the streets of China, Japan and South East Asia. There are many mouth-watering dishes which one can have here and some of them are Hua Hin Highway rolls, golden fried shells encase asparagus, creamy cheese with hints of galangal and lemon grass.  All these delectable dishes are really amazing and definitely leave you wanting more. It is one of the perfect places where you can hangout and visiting here won’t even create a burden on your pocket.

FARZI CAFÉ

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Located at: Connaught Place

Theme: Artful & Fusionist Theme

Farzi Café is a very elegant and modern style café and this café is an amalgamation of Global and Indian menu. Farzi café is an eccentric, debonair, modern Indian Café, where the guests can enjoy the best experience through the finest modern Indian cuisine, with a high energy ambiance permeating a prodigal dose of Indian flavours. Various different cooking techniques are used in this café to make the food delectable and your experience memorable.

WOODBOX CAFÉ

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Located at: Satyaniketan

Theme:  Rustic & Vintage/Victorian Theme

Woodbox café is one such place in the South Campus area of DU which is always filled with college goers. This Café’s interior is decorated with funky items including recycled materials such as glasses, CD drives, bicycles etc. This café is well known for its Vanilla Shake, Roman Spaghetti Pasta, Vegetarian Manchurian and many other delicacies. Here you can anytime visit with your near and dear ones and can have quality time in an amazing ambience. Woodbox has its outlets in Delhi University-GTB Nagar and Satyaniketan.

TABULA BEACH CAFÉ

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 Located at: Exotic Beach Theme

Theme: Khel Gaon Marg

Tabula Beach Café is another best hangout destination.  This café is built on Goa theme and as we all know Goa has various amazing shacks and almost everyone likes to spend time on the shacks and this café serves that purpose. Here you can enjoy some quality time in the beach like ambience. This place has events and gigs happening regularly. The decor is simple and elegant with woody touches. A small dance area will bring out your groovy mood. Tabula Beach café has its outlet at Khel Gaon Marg and it is one of the must visit café.

CHOR BIZARRE

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Located at: Hotel Broadway-Asaf Ali Road

Theme: Dariyaganj, New Delhi

The very first thought which strikes out mind by the name ‘Chor Bizzare’ is the spirit of ‘Chor Bazaar’ or ‘thieves market’. Inspired from this trend the name was coined as ‘Chor Bizarre’, this café is a picturesque budget-friendly option which is situated in the heart of Old Delhi. This place perfectly captures the spectre of ‘thieves market’ within its polychromatic interiors and serves genuine Indian cuisine in a totally unique ambience. Chor Bizarre gives the complete eating out experience with great décor, unique ambience which is enhanced by assorted 50’s Hindi music and mouth-watering delicacies.

By: Akanksha Narang

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