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We are so used to following things that are just usual and very obvious. But those are not the only things. Sometimes, unusual things can surprise us. Same goes with food as there are some unusual places where you can have a memorable experience.
This time, we will give you an overview of the most unusual restaurants and cafes in India where you will have the time of your life.
The Bar Stock Exchange, Mumbai This bar is named after the stock exchange for a reason. It literally operates on the principles of stock market. The opening time of The Bar is mentioned as Market Opening and the prices are at all time low at that time. The prices keep on going up and coming down based on the popularity of any particular drink. The more popular a drink is, the heavier it will cost your pocket. A truly interesting place to visit. The ambiance with unique encryption posters on the walls is totally a plus.
Veli Floating Restaurant, Trivandrum Kerela is one of the most beautiful states in our country and it has a lot of cultural and natural heritage to offer. Veli is a small village in Trivandrum and is established in the middle of the lake. This floating restaurant named Veli Lake Floating Restaurant is surrounded by the lake all around and people have to cross some floating bridges to reach the restaurant. They serve mind-blowing South Indian cuisine and use locally produced ingredients to prepare the food.
Kaidi Kitchen, Chennai If you live a strange fantasy of visiting jail once without commuting a crime, then the place for you is Kaidi Kitchen in the city of Chennai. The decor is exactly like a Prison and the staff is dressed as Jailers and Inmates. The food will be served to you in a prison chamber and the inmates will serve it to you. A place that must be added to your wishlist.
Cross Cafe, Mumbai Named as Hitler’s Cross in the beginning, this cafe got some unwanted attention and the outrage of Jewish Organisation around the world due to its name and concept. It was just a misunderstanding that was cleared later on and the cafe resumed to attend its customers with a new name, Cross Cafe. The Swastikas in the decor were later covered with new multi-colored rings and the menu too was revised and improved. No matter what, the cafe became a hit and is still entertaining customers.
New Lucky Restaurant, Ahmedabad Ever thought of having a meal beside the dead? The thought only is enough to scare the hell out of you. But this scary yet interesting concept is used in New Lucky Restaurant. Built upon a graveyard, here you can have a meal with the dead. The graves here are intact as the owner believes that they bring him good fortune. Some people might think visiting this place a bad idea, but this place is always crowded with people waiting for their tea and rolls. The food here never disappoints.
Tihar Food Court, Tihar Jail, New Delhi This cafe is located in South Asia’s largest prison complex, i.e. Tihar Jail, this food court is yet another attempt by the authorities in order to help the inmates. The convicts here are employed as waiters, cooks and other support staff. The food is really something that will grab your attention as it is really delicious and totally worth it. This cafe is also praised by people for the polite service of the staff. As they say- Life doesn’t give second chances; Well they got one and they are living it to the fullest.
70 mm, Hyderabad Hyderabad has a lot of places, amazing places. But what in the world is this place? A place for all filmi freaks I bet. It is truly an outstanding effort to reunite the movie-lovers and the big 70mm screen. It looks like a tribute cafe. You will see pictures of all your favorite retro and present day stars here and if you are a true fan, you will never be disappointed. Even the seating and decor resembles to a movie set.!