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9 Of The Most Unusual Restaurants In India
1. Kunzum Cafe, Delhi - Pay Whatever You Can
Kunzum Travel Cafe is a unique travel cafe with unbelievable 'Pay what you like' concept. You are not under any obligation to even pay for the tea/coffee /cookies/wi fi. Just enjoy, have food and leave. Kunzum Travel Cafe, Hauz Khas Village is a travel cafe where travelers meet in person and interact.
HolidayIQ Traveller Gaurav Arora from New Delhi shares, “In Delhi want to hangout? Meet new people? Hauz khas village is the place. It is perhaps the most preferred option amongst the Delhi people. This place has everything, like lounges, restaurants like everything. Then there is also a fort many come here for photo shoots some come just to hangout and relax. Just the perfect place to be in, to expand your social circle this is the place.”
2. Goyo, Auroville – Silent Korean Restaurant
Ever heard of a silent restaurant before? Enjoy the most unusual and delightful meal in Goyo – the 'silent' Korean restaurant. This requires prior bookings and serves a silent lunch 3 times a week. While most of the food is vegan it’s best to mention that you are vegan at the time of booking. It can accommodate only up to 10 people, and you aren’t allowed to speak! Eat quietly and leave.
HolidayIQ Traveller Brinda Majithia shares, “This place is worth the hype. The whole concept of the ashram, the landscaping along with the paisa vasool cafes
3. Cross Cafe, Mumbai - For The Nazi Groupies
Cross Cafe, formerly known as Hitler's' Cross , is an Adolf Hitler-themed restaurant at Kharghar in Navi Mumbai. The restaurant's interior was decorated in red, white and black - the colours of the Nazi party. An enormous portrait of Hitler is the first thing you’ll see when you open the door.
4. Taste Of Darkness, Hyderabad - Dine In Total Darkness
This unique concept of dining in the dark was pioneered by blinded clergyman Jorge Spielmann in Zurich, Switzerland, his restaurant was called Blindekuh (Blind man's buff in German). Since then the world has taken a shine for this unique way of dining. Choose your menu at the reception itself and then they will guide you to your table. You will be served in the darkness and you will eat in darkness as well.
5. Tihar Food Court, Delhi - Food Court In Prison
This unique concept was started in by the administration of Tihar Jail on an “experimental basis” in 2014. The interiors are with wooden tables and walls adorned with paintings done by prisoners. The menu features mostly north Indian cuisines like samosas, kachori and thalis.
6. New Lucky Restaurant, Ahmedabad - Dine With The Dead
Located in Lal Darwaza area, the New New Lucky Restaurant is built over an old Muslim cemetery. According to the owner of the restaurant dining among the graves between is considered good luck. Would you care to join the dead for a cup of coffee.
7. EATMOR - 70MM, Hyderabad - The Thrill Of Cinema
Relive the spirit of cinema at 70mm the newest cinema themed restaurant in Hyderabad. The decor walks you through the evolution of the cinema. A perfect place to enjoy dinner if you're a cinephile like me.
8. The Bar Stock Exchange, Mumbai - Play The Game Of Stocks
This is heaven for you if you love the stock game, any knowledge you had related to stock market will come in handy. The concept of stock market is applied here and when the market crashes you can order the drinks for prices lower than MRP!
9. Hijackk Cafe, Ahmedabad - Tour The City While You Dine
It’s the first of its kind state of the art Double Decker mobile bus restaurant in the state. The construction of the idea was done with an objective to provide a unique dining and entertaining experience for the people of the city of Ahmedabad.
What better a way to celebrate New Year than on a stunning hilly paradise? And what better a paradise than Manali!
Duration: 2 Night/ 3 Days
Delhi > Manali > Manikaran Sahib > Kullu > Delhi
Cost: INR 5, 499/- per person
Cost: INR 8, 499/- per person per couple
Mode of Transport: A/C Semi Sleeper Coach round trip
Departure Destination: Delhi
Stay: Hotel Trishul Manali
Hotel Rating: 3 Star
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> Breakfast & Dinner
> Local Area Sightseeing
> New Year Celebration with Mad DJ Party on 31st night and a Bonfire on 1st Jan night.
Day 1: 30th December, 2015. Leave for Manali
Start your exciting journey to Manali from Bangalore at 7.00 pm on an A/C Semi Sleeper Coach Bus and let the New Year madness begin!
Day 2: 31st December, 2015. Breakfast at Hotel and Local Sightseeing
After a hearty breakfast at the hotel next morning, go sightseeing to Hadimba Temple, Vashisht Temple, Van Vihar, Tibetan Monastery, and Manali Wildlife Sanctuary.
Head to Mall Road in the evening to de-stress amidst the cool, fresh winds of the hills and do shopping. Buy pretty Tibetan souvenirs, local winter wear and accessories, and gorge on delicious local cuisines to tame your tummy.
Gather up for an awesome New Year celebration at the hotel with DJ and delicious dinner. Dance away to some wicked party tunes, enjoy a scrumptious dinner, and kiss this year goodbye as the clock strikes 12.
Day 3: 1st January, 2016- Adventure Activities at Rohtang Pass & Solang Valley :
Gear up for an adventure packed day at Manali. Get to Rohtang Pass for experiencing the best of Manali with all the snow and white landscapes and stop by at Nehru Kund and Dashir Lake.
Next stop – Solang Valley to engage in adventure activities like parachuting, paragliding, skating, & zorbing.
Enjoy a night of frivolity partying around the bonfire and dancing at the DJ, before having a filling dinner.
Day 4: 2nd January, 2016- Experience Kullu and Manikaran:
Have an early breakfast at Manali and head to Kullu to witness the eye-warming landscapes of the Kullu Valley and engage in river rafting in the river Beas.
A stopover at the Manikaran Sahib gurudwara to experience the hot water springs and pay obeisances to the shrine.
Enjoy the overnight road trip back to Delhi.
> The above mentioned package cost is valid till 24th December, 2015.
> After 24th December, 2015 Price will increase to:
8800/- Per person (Triple/quarter basis sharing rooms)
For couples, Rs 13600/- Per Person (On Twin/Double sharing basis )
> Limited Bookings (First come First basis)
> All inclusive
– Meals other than mentioned above.
– Tips & personal expenses.
– Anything else that is not mentioned in the inclusions
– Any Adventure activity like Paraglinging, Skiing, Rafting etc.
– Any Monument entry fees/Camera Fees.
-Any Guide Charges.
-Entry Fees for Rohtang Pass By National Green Tribunal if apply.
– For Heater Requirement, directly contact to Hoteliers.
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