Interiors that satiate your Palatte
Connaught Place, the heart of New Delhi, has today become a foodie´s paradise, what with 70 odd restaurants lining its outer and inner circle. And to top it all, most of them offer similar menu on the lines of world cuisine.
Just as world cuisine is coming to India and enticing food lovers with its many flavours, interior decor inspired from the local life of international destinations is also making its way into our spaces.
Tucked behind the Indian Coast Guard headquarters at Worli Village - Cafe Nemo, Busride Studio´s latest design experiment, is inspired by Captain Nemo and his journeys.
Of lights and colours
After dominating the airwaves, music now comes to you live, at the Indigo Live Music Bar (ILMB) in Bangalore. The city has a vibrant music scene, but often it is incidental to food, and plays in the background.
India´s first aviation themed restaurant by Noida-based Designer Jai Thakore.Designer Jai Thakore does not quote Leonardo da Vinci often.
You Said It!
He Said She Said’. Is that a name, you ask. Yes, it is. Here’s how the story goes. The name He Said She Said is a reference to quote boxes (also graphically depicted in the restaurant at various points), inviting people to come over and fill them
Tucked away on the third floor of a massive glass building, Tea Trails is a new tea lounge in Bandra Kurla Complex, the commercial hub of Mumbai. It is the second of a chain that launched its first outlet in Thane
Benihana is a unique mix of Japanese and European styles of design, set in India.
When Benihana (Red Flower in Japanese) unfurled the doors of its restaurant in New Delhi recently, it was a five-decade old dream that came true posthumously for noted Japanese chef, the late Rocky Aoki.
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