A mélange of people from all over the country has nurtured a very diverse culture in Delhi, which is also reflected in its eating habits. People are now more open to exploring new experiences, and a host of restaurants have come up to satiate Delhi food lover’s inquisitiveness. And it’s not just new cuisines that the customers are looking for, but also quirky and innovative ambience, that gives them a unique and memorable dining experience. This article will serve as a guide to the top theme restaurants in Delhi NCR.
Social Offline Cafe- (Urban/Collaborative Workspace Theme)
Oh, Cafe? Workplace? Or should we call it a Workbar? Well, Social is one Urban hangout with a blend of cafe & workplace that has created a kick amongst the Delhiites. Situated in Hauz Khas Village and next to Delhi Art Gallery, you will find people of different coterie at Social. Having said that, it is known for its ridiculously tasty Cocktails and Music.
Soda Bottle Opener Wala- (Quirky Irani/Persian Theme)
It has quirky, fun and contemporary Irani Style archetype with the menu full of Parsi specialities and a hint of Bombay street food. Cafe has some of the delectable dishes like keema pav, Goan fish curry, Parsi kulfi and more. The ambience will take you back in 1950’s Parsi Culture. Its a must visit in Khan Market if you are in for some Parsi delicacies which will not burn a hole in your pockets as well.
Boombox Café (Music Theme)
Boombox, what I know is a portable radio with powerful sound mainly used by Hip-Hop Dancers. And if you want to get the feel of it, then Boombox Cafe is the place! The restaurant has a hip-hop music theme that is reflected in the interiors. Metal shutters, wall graffiti, and their diverse menu give a variety of choices to its customers. Also, don’t forget to try their fruit based hookah. The Boombox Café has three outlets: in Connaught Place, Khan Market, and Rajouri Garden.
The Big Yellow Door- (Quirky Color Based Theme)
Pocket-friendly food and colourful, vibrant interiors combined can be found here at The Big Yellow Door. This place is a favourite amongst the DU students, because of its mouth-watering food and inexpensive menu. Also, the vibrant yellow exterior attracts more of the young crowd, especially being situated in front of the Venkateswara College. The casual mood of the cafe makes it all the more relaxing and welcoming. The big yellow door at the entrance makes up for all the expectations of the ambience!
Zambar – (Coastal India/Peninsular Theme)
If you are looking forward to an experience of having a scrumptious lunch or dinner at the backwaters of Kerala or wish to experience the magic of majestic South India, then this place is the one for you! It is designed in a shape of the boathouse and takes you through the journey of coastal dining. Zambar at Gurgaon brings some wonderful regional delicacies for you and delivers a memorable experience owing to the beautiful décor and ambience, served with authentic Chettinad, Mangalorean, South Indian, Kuttanad and Madras cuisine.