The Black Pearl, Bangalore
If you are fascinated by the lifestyle of pirates and Captain Jack Sparrow then you cannot miss this place. From the wooden flooring that resembles a ship’s deck to the decorative skulls and pirate eye patches, The Black Pearl gives you an experience of feasting in a pirate ship (or being held captive in one).
Silver Metro, Bangalore
You might have traveled in a metro before, but we bet you haven’t dined in one. This unique dining spot in Bangalore has is decorated like a metro train.
The Bar Stock Exchange, Mumbai
Ever seen prices in a restaurant rising and crashing like a stock market? You will see it here. As the name suggests, this unique place is themed on a stock exchange market, and the prices of their beverages rise or crash according to the demand of these drinks. You might get lucky and find your beverage at an unbelievably low price when you visit.
This revolving restaurant in Mumbai gives you a perfect spaceship experience. The seating arrangement and the lighting might make you think you have actually been abducted by aliens.
Ohri’s Eatmor 70mm
We all love Bollywood, and there’s nothing like getting to dine with your favorite movie stars. At Ohri’s in Hyderabad you can do just that. Gems of Indian cinema have been immortalized on the walls of this restaurant. Tuck into the delicious food inside a Bollywood movie set.
1857 @ Ohris
Travel back in time to get a glimpse of a bygone era, recalling the Hyderabad that was home to the Nizam and a princely state during the British Raj. Feast in the luxury and grandeur of ancient India.
Howzatt: The Galaxy Hotel
A paradise for cricket lovers, this cricket-themed brewery celebrates the love every Indian has for this game. With seats designed in the shape of gloves and drinks named after cricket jargon, this is an ideal spot to visit especially during a live match.
This place will take you back to the days when a bicycle ride with a group of friends was enough to make a day perfect, before the luxury of cars and motorbikes took over. The furniture here is made from recycled parts of old bicycles.
It’s time to head behind bars. This restaurant is designed exactly like a prison, with each ‘cell’ allotted to a group of guests. You can even try on a ‘kaidi uniform’ if you wish. The waiters are dressed as police officers. Don’t even think about not paying your bills here.
Taste a slice of the rich Rajasthani culture at this resort. Not only will you be impressed by the authentic Marwari cuisine available, but you can experience a day in a Rajasthani village. Enjoy Rajasthani folk dancing or a traditional puppet show,‘Kathputli Ro Nach’ and much more. You won’t just see but actually live the life of a Marwari village. Decorated with village paintings, Bani thani art, and wall lanterns, this is the perfect place to discover Rajasthani hospitality.