Indian celebrities are known for venturing into different businesses. If you wish to experience the celeb style dining, then you must head to the restaurants owned by them. These restaurants with state of the art decor offer sinful delights. So get your table booked at the below restaurants that are owned by some popular names from different industries
- H2O by Suniel Shetty (Mumbai)
Suniel Shetty’s Club H2O offers a lavish dining experience with its traditionally cooked food and luxurious interiors. It is a perfect place to spend a fun evening.
Must Try: Long Island iced tea and Fire Shots
Meal for two: Rs.2000/-
Address: Hotel Royal Inn, opposite Khar Telephone Exchange, Off Linking Road, Khar, Mumbai.
This one is temporarily closed
- Tendulkar’s Corner by Sachin Tendulkar (Mumbai)
From interiors to crockery everything is inspired by this legendary cricketer, the crockery has his signatures and the menu has some of his favorite dishes from around the world. The gourmet menu of the restaurant is something you will love. It looks like a huge museum with big pictures of Sachin Tendulkar on the walls. The live band keeps the mood alive
Must Try: Boti masala, Pad Thai noodle, and seafood
Meal for two: Rs.800/-
Address: 1-2, Sortee Somnath CHS Ltd, New Link Road, Kandarpada, Dahisar West, Mumbai
- Veda by Rohit Bal (New Delhi)
Owned by one of the foremost fashion designers of India Rohit Bal, the restaurant has stunning artistic interiors. The food here is known for its artistic presentation besides taste. You can enjoy candlelight dinner too.
Must try: Asparagus Soup, Palak Patta Chat, Kumbhakarna Chicken
Meal for two: Rs.2000/-
- Kapil Dev’s Elevens (Patna)
This cricket-themed fine dining restaurant will keep all the cricket lovers engaged with its interiors which includes cricket gear, trophies, and photos. The ambiance is quite nice with wooden tables and chairs.
Must Eat: Biryani and Tikkas
Meal for two: RS. 1000/-
Address: Dumraow Kothi, Frazer Road, Lodipur, Patna.
- Hero No.1 by Govinda (New Delhi)
Named after his popular film “Hero No.1” the place offers a multi-cuisine menu. It is a paradise for all Govinda lovers as it is decorated with Govinda’s photo frames and has the menu named after Govinda’s famous movies and dialogues. The waiters uniform are Govinda’s iconic dresses from his movies.
Must Eat: Dahi ke sholay, Corn kebabs, Murgh malai tikka
Meal for two: Rs. 1500/-
Address: Vishal Enclave, Rajouri Garden, New Delhi.