New Theme Based Cafes in DelhiPosted by: Team TP, Posted on: 8 months ago
Delhi the capital of India is slowly becoming the capital of food as well. Every type of food is available in Delhi. For this demand, many cafes are opening up in almost every area of the city. From Chandni Chowk’s Parantha to Hauz khas’s cafes the capital of India has every food variety. Normal cafes are too many streams, new café based on new themes are opening and are being loved by the people. Here is the list of themed cafes in Delhi for a new and different experience of dining.
Jungle Jamboree, Connaught Place.
A jungle safari or visit seems to be familiar, but eating in the jungle? Yes. Here the decorations are done according to the jungle theme with all the animals, plants and lush greenery setup. You will experience the adventure of being in a wild forest. There is a buffet system, go there to satisfy your hunger with different tasty cuisines. It has two floors the first one serves buffet with Aqua jungle theme and the second one has forest garden theme with Indian and Chinese food.
Lady Baga, Connaught Place.
Desperately want to go Goa? But plans are not made easily. This café has the perfect feel of Goa with Beach side setup with Psychedelic art. Their menu covers Italian, intercontinental and sea food. The indoor fountains, sand on the floor, waves and palm trees give the perfect feel of GOA! It is a good place to hang out with your friends.
Mumbai Matinee, Noida
As the name suggests, the café is based on Bollywood theme. There are Bollywood posters on the wall, fancy decors, Vinyl records, and furniture which reflect cinema. They serve Italian, fast food, Mexican, and North Indian food. With the amazing ambiance, they serve tasty food.
Chor Bizarre, Daryaganj
The café has royal Kashmiri décor and a vintage car to add to it. It provides tasty Kashmiri cuisine. The whole place will give you vintage feels also they play classical Hindi songs to add the feels. The décor and ambiance will take you back to your parent’s era.
Café Dalal Street, Connaught Place.
We must say this café has one of the most innovative themes. The theme is based on Stock exchange style. In place of the stock index, the price of your beer goes up and down. You can order through their app which is easy to download. Do try their fusion dishes like Golgappa with a cocktail.
The California Boulevard, Rajouri Garden.
If you love Hollywood then this is the best destination for you. The walls are decorated with the pictures of Hollywood stars; there is a Harley Davidson at the corner and a red carpet to walk. Their menu consists of American, European, Asian and Seafood. California Boulevard is spread over two floors.
The Biker’s café, Vasant Kunj
If you love bikes or biking you must visit this place. They have used bike parts and bike hanging for the décor. The seating to walls everything is based on bikes. They have a special breakfast menu, which is available throughout the day. Their menu has continental and Chinese cuisines. You will surely love their food.
Minion’s café, Laxmi Nagar
This is a small café which is based on Minions the most loved cartoon characters these days. The interiors are decorated with posters of minions and they have a minion language board as well. It is a regular café offering shakes, sandwiches and pizza etc at normal prices and nice food. You can visit this café for evening snacks.
If you want to experience dining in Kerala this is the right place. The sofas are similar to the beautiful boat house in Kerala. Their dishes in which they serve are in the shape of a banana leaf. They serve regional coastal and Malabary food.
Central Perk, Hudson Lane
This café is based on the themes of famous and most loved television series F.R.I.E.N.D.S. The fans of the series will be happy to see this café in town. The interiors are done pretty good with details of the shows like Gunther station, the central perk couch and special Friends menus like Joey’s pizza, Ross sandwich, and Monica coffee etc. It is a cool place to hang out.
So which café are you visiting first?