THEME RESTAURANTS:YOUR NEXT 10 TRIES

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Bored of those usual old table chair restaurant and wanna go for some exiting stuff like sitting on a vintage car, between the jungles, or a hall full of movie poster and iifa seats. Check these glorious restaurants of restaurants that take your dining experience out the way. try new theme based restraus

Bid goodbye to the boring ways of luncheons and dining outs; when you have the best theme based restaurants in and around the nation’s capital, serving you drama and delightful food- who wants the simple!

RANG DE BASANTI DHABA

As the name suggest; a popular Bollywood flick, now a place with its name for you to enjoy a nice time with family and friends- RDB is the place to be at for yet another way to enjoy the touch of Bollywood. A great place for kids as well to hang out, RDB serves authentic ma ke haath Punjabi food; watch out for the tractor inside the restaurant/dhaba! Nimbu meat is a must-have here; the tangy flavor would drive you wild. Traditional cocktails have been given a new flavor and twist; shots are available as and when you’d like to down on. Try the famous impleader mojito- let us know how you liked it.
Price for two Rs. 1000!
Location: First Floor, DLF South Square Mall | 1st Floor, Dlf South Square Mall, New Delhi 110023, India

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HOWZATT, THE GALAXY HOTEL, GURGAON

Glove shaped seats, huge projector screens, stadium lights, brewed beer and an unparallel enthusiasm on game night is why Howzaat makes it to our bucket list. Doing justice to the cricket theme you can also find different countries flags pinned to the ceiling. So hop in and try some Short Length Margarita and Bowled Bloody Mary with your favourite match on.

Meal For Two: Rs 2,500 + taxes (with alcohol)

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MUMBAI MATINEE, NOIDA

“Rishte main toh hum tumhare baap lagte hai…” rings a bell? Yes, Mumbai Matinee is all things Bollywood. Vinyl records on the roof, vanity mirror with lights, pictures and poster of old epic Bollywood movies, get the picture? A clapper board will let you know whether the place is open or closed and a huge velvet curtain will welcome you adding to the Bollywood theme. This places works just perfect to swamp your Instagram feed with cool picture.

Meal For Two: Rs 800 + taxes (without alcohol)

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21 GUNS SALUTE, GURGAON

21 Gun Salute, Gurgaon
Royal weapons from the 17th century with bikes that were formerly owned by Maharaja of Darbanga for hunting crocodiles and the Remington typewriter that was used in the office of Maharaja of Jhalawar are among the few historic collections housed in 21 Gun Salute. The royal theme with Rajasthani artefacts reminds you of a museum turned restaurant. While here dig into Assorted Kebab Tashtari and Noor-E-Murg Chaat.

Meal For Two: Rs 1,500 + taxes (without alcohol)

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CHOR BIZARRE, HOTEL BROADWAY, DARYAGANJ

Chor Bizarre, Hotel Broadway, Daryaganj
A vintage car is transformed into a buffet corner and antiques like vintage watches, vintage chairs and pretty little lamps dot the restaurant. A bookshelf on one side, old Hollywood actor’s paintings pinned to the wall on the other side. A beautiful archway opens to a pretty dining area and the entire set-up reminds you of an oldgharana. Chor Bizzare has all things vintage and antiques that makes you feel that it’s a loot store. While here enjoy some old music with with Gazab ka Tikka and their signature dish Dal Chor B’zar.

Meal For Two: Rs 1,600 + taxes (without alcohol)

Chor-Bizarre

THE CALIFORNIA BOULEVARD, GURGAON

The California Boulevard, Gurgaon
The Hollywood walk of fame is known for the stars embedded in the sidewalks in California. The California Boulevard, Gurgaon replicates this walk of fame with stars dedicated to likes of Julia Roberts and Michael Jackson. The shining Harley Davidson, local tram, lampposts between booths, every detailing sings of California. The cinema screen plays old-classic Hollywood movies on silent. Spread across two floors, this place serves cuisines from over 33 countries. Greek Vegetable Moussaka is a must try here.

Meal For Two: Rs 1,700 + taxes (with alcohol)

California-Boulevard

IIFA BUZZ CAFE, KINGDOM OF DREAMS, GURGAON

IIFA Buzz Cafe, Kingdom of Dreams, and Gurgaon
If you still haven’t got enough of all the Bollywood-styled restaurants try another one in the kitty. IIFA Buzz cafe named after International Indian Film Academy Awards is as fancy as it gets. The red and gold decor with the IIFA trophy, film negatives that are actually more colorful than color pictures and huge disco balls hanging from the ceilings gives this place a very award function look. Their Murgh ke Parche and Maahi Tikka are must tries here.

Meal For Two: Rs 2,000 + taxes (without alcohol)

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CAFE TERMINUS 1, VASANT KUNJ

Cafe Terminus 1, Vasant Kunj
Suitcases hang upside down, old and rusty ship-decks are on display, clocks showing time across world cities and menus printed with maps on it – Terminus 1 draws memories of travel. You can dine-in in the area surrounded with models of cars and buses with hint of vintage artwork. While here, you can see your food being cooked thanks to the huge screens that show the live-proceedings of the kitchen. The restaurant serves fusion options but Asian and American dishes are popular here.
The Pork Belly Chilli Remoulade Skewers is a must try.

Meal For Two: Rs 1,600 + taxes (without alcohol)

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ZAMBAR, GURGAON

No time for a south Indian holiday then walk in at Zambar. You can dine-in in the beautiful Kerala boat house or sit in the sofa cum boat area. Zambar is as south Indian as it gets in the heart of North India. They serve regional coastal andMalabary food on plates that are shaped like banana leaves. Their Lobster Platter and Tiger Prawns are must tries here.

Meal For Two: Rs 1,500 + taxes (with alcohol)

Zambar

RODEO, CONNAUGHT PLACE

Save flight tickets to Mexico and indulge in a Mexican dinner at Rodeo. The Saddle stools at the bar, fake cactus plants, heavy wooden interiors, Mexican wall art and staff attired in sombrero hats adds plenty of Mexican-ness to this place. To go with the decor, the restaurant serves Tex-Mex cuisine, their Rodeo’s special Chimichangas are to die for.

Meal For Two: Rs 2,000 + taxes (without alcohol)

Rodeo

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