10 Restaurants In India With Magnificent Interiors

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The charm of any place depends a lot on its interior designs. Be it a restaurant, shopping mall, office, or even a residential apartment, the interiors add to the atmosphere of the place and sets the mood to adjust to the respected environment.

We won’t go to a restaurant twice if it’s too dimly lit or the walls are dull, would we? Along with good food and service, a creative design attracts customers and prints a brand in their minds which makes them come over for a second time. Eating is the last thing we want to do in an unpleasant mood, and restaurants always try to be better at giving us a beautiful experience.

Here are 10 Indian restaurants with beautiful interior designs.


1. The Piano Man Jazz Club, New Delhi

The highlight of this restaurant is the bar, which is made out of hand-cut wooden chips inspired by the piano keys. Adding to this is the  New Orleans’ Frenchmen Street inspired style, cast iron balconies, the iconic chandelier, the vintage mirror backdrop and the bricks with inscriptions of jazz legends are some of the other attractions.

Address: B 6-7/22 Safdarjung Enclave Market, Opposite Deer Park, New Delhi- 110029


2. Jamjar Diner, Mumbai

It’s hard not to get attracted at the quirky interiors of this restaurant. The beautiful blue walls, printed crockery, the shelves, the al fresco terrace- everything is amazingly out of the box and your perfect destination for a lazy Sunday brunch!

Address: 36/A, Sanatan Pereira Bungalow, St John Baptist Rd, General A.K.Vaidya Marg, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050


3. The Black Rabbit, Bengaluru

If you are repelled at the idea of eating at a barn, you probably haven’t yet tried out The Black Rabbit. The brick-tile flooring and the sparse yet chic decor bags compliments. The farmyard-like feel is amplified by the wooden wall panels and wooden rafters, along with the mellow lighting which comes from the handpainted bell shaped lights that hang from the center of the ceiling.

Address: 770, 12th B Main Road, HAL 2nd Stage, Doopanahalli, Indiranagar, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560008


4. The Corner Courtyard, Kolkata

The very essence of Kolkata flows in the air of The Corner Courtyard.  A restaurant-cum-patisserie, it glows of sunshine from its central skylight. The brick walls, black and white checkered floors, the green windows, vintage curiosities and the interiors perfectly capture the liveliness of the 110 years old zamindar’s bungalow, in whose heart the does the restaurant sit. The bright, primary hues add to the cheerfulness of the place.

Address: 92B, Sarat Bose Rd, Hazra, Bhowanipore, Kolkata, West Bengal 700026


5. The Project Cafe, Ahmedabad

Just as unique as the name, The Project Cafe has a unique idea in store for you. Right from the offbeat chairs that you sit in, to the quirky wall decor and the drapery, everything is a creation of different artist and is meant for selling. Located in a yellow bungalow of Ahmedabad, this cafe is more of an art gallery. Along with this, you can buy designer clothes and accessories.

Address: Yellow House No 7, Polytechnic Road, Ambawadi, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380009

6. Social, New Delhi

This all-day cafe lets you enjoy an extraordinary voew of the Hauz Khas monument and lake of New Delh, so that you can give space to quiet contemplation. But the bold decor of this cafe deserves admiration; the 100% recycled furniture with industrial materials, bare unfinished walls and the shabby bulbs hanging from the ceiling are balanced out by the comfort of the sofas and communal dining tables.

Address: 9A & 12, Hauz Khas Village, New Delhi, Delhi 110016



7. Bar Palladio, Jaipur

Dutch designer Marie-Anne Oudejans’ beautiful creation, this restaurant is an admiration of the Mughal era and the European designs at the same time. Every aspect of Bar Palladio is coloured with different hues of blue. The carved marbles, bright lanterns, magnificent upholstery and the crystal glassware preserve the mystery of the ancient Jaipur palace within whose garden this restaurant is located.

Address:  Kanota Bagh, Bhag Singh Road, Adarsh Nagar, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302004


8. 51, Kochi

Designed by architect George Seemon, 51 is situated in such a place where on one side is the lively Bazaar Road, and on the other side, the beautiful Arabian Sea. The restaurant has developed from an old, abandoned warehouse and Seemon sees to the fact that this natural industrial look is retained. Rustic tables and Tolix Cafe chairs, polished cement floors and walls, with beams made of wood help to maintain the desired look.

Address: V40, Bazaar Road, Mattancherry, Kochi, Kerala 682002


9. Independence Brewing Company, Pune

Apart from the fact that it is probably the only brewery of India with a brewer, who has graduated from the Beer Judge Certification Program, Studio Lotus does not leave the decor of this place unattended to. The spacious (8000 sqft of ground, to be precise) brewery comprises of a double height ceiling and a smart air conditioned in-door area. The wooden interiors, warm lights and the individual bench style tables do justice at bringing in more life to the bar.

Address: Zero One, 79/1, Pingle Vasti, Mundhwa Road, Mundhwa, Near Passport Seva Kendra, Pune, Maharashtra 411036


10. Brooke Bond Taj Mahal Tea House, Mumbai

The cafe uses the 3500 sqft. space very well, over which it is sprawled. The colonial furniture like rocking chairs and plush sofa chairs are ideal for sitting down with a good book, taken from the tiny bookshelves of this intimate cafe. The vibrant walls, large archways, wooden roof and the sunlit patio are some of the things that make us visit this refined tea-house all over again, on the lazy weekend evenings.

Address: 36/A, Sanatan Pereira Bungalow, St John Baptist Rd, General A.K.Vaidya Marg, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400050


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