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Delhi-based chef Vanshika Bhatia’s newest restaurant, Omo, elevates vegetarian fare to offer a unique distinct dining experience.
In Mumbai, chef Niyati Rao is giving a modern spin to traditional cooking techniques to showcase the brilliance of local produce.
Bengaluru’s first ever Brazilian restaurant, Boteco offers Brazilian classics that please your hearts and souls.
Giving you a glimpse of the swinging 1920s is 10 Speakeasy in Bengaluru. While the cocktails are the highlights, the food is also top-notch.
If you thought theme restaurants were passe, check out Record Room. The restaurant brings together audiophiles who love a good pint of beer paired best with quintessential pub grub.
Delhi-based food delivery brand, Bhawan, finally has a restaurant. The street-food based menu and retro décor adds just the right amount of quirk to desi favourites.
The legendary Indigo in Colaba, Mumbai is now Neuma. With the celebrity name of Karan Johar attached to it, this is the restaurant for your next date night.
Japanese is the flavour of the season and St Regis Mumbai hotel’s newest restaurant, Koishii, is doing it with a Nikkei cuisine—a mix of Japanese and Peruvian flavours.
After 40 years of successful service, Delhi’s House Of Ming at Taj Mahal New Delhi got a face lift. The new menu is a mix of all-time favourites and new flavours from Hunan, Canton and Sichuan.
Yet another Japanese restaurant in Mumbai, Akina offers a modern approach to classic Japanese flavours without losing its essence.