New In Delhi : Your Design Guide To The City’s Latest Restaurants
- 15 Sep '22
- 11:54 am by Crew
Our roundup of new restaurants in Delhi includes a glamorous 7500 square feet establishment all the way from Cannes, a Bombay-inspired cafe in the capital’s design district, and a Pan-Asian hotel restaurant. Read on to know more!
Cosy Box, Netaji Nagar
Making its way to Delhi all the way from Cannes Film Festival, Cosy Box is an ode to the capital’s regal roots that draws on themes of glamorous excess. The restaurant is spread over 7500 square feet with every cornet boasting a magnificent visual identity – courtesy of Pantone Collective Design Studio that helmed the interior design. The use of colour is unrestrained and bold – Jade tone terrazzo runs throughout the exterior, offering unexpected twists which demonstrates the versatility of the age-old stone. The interior areas feature a warm and inviting Cantaloupe hue that beautifully offsets the cool green tones. A rustic blue terrace punctuated with pops of yellow and orange serves as a statement area with visual connectivity to the entire compound. From a 150 feet wide running façade featuring a lit canopy to quirky art installations and eclectic powder rooms (that have become fast-favourites for the picture takers), Cosy Box promises an experience to unbox a rich palette of color, textures and art.
The Bombay Club, The Dhan Mill Compound
Bringing the inimitable essense of Bombay to the capital, Dhan Mill Compound’s latest restaurant is an ode to cultural authenticity in a contemporary context. The Bombay Club is an all-day cafe and restaurant established by Amanda Bhandari, who after having spent over 10 years in the F&B industry, set out to create a place that is firmly rooted in local culinary traditions. A classic colour scheme of white and beige washes over the space, dotted with all the quintessential elements of a Bombay gymkhana like wicker chairs, wooden frames, and rustic chandeliers. Designed by Bhandari herself, the restaurant is steeped in nostalgia, and through its interior language and culinary offerings, evokes the essence of all things Bombay.
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Honk, Pullman Aerocity
This chic Pan-Asian restaurant is located in the heart of Aerocity, at Pullman New Delhi. Marrying street-style cuisines with haute sensibilities, the restaurant brings forth a sense of laid-back luxury. The interiors by Meriem Hall Designs reflect this understated glamour – the restaurant is contemporary with Asian flourishes that shine through in the cane lighting, gold details, and traditional wall art. In addition to an expansive interior, the restaurant also includes an airy al fresco area that can accommodate up to 28 guests. Styled with classic Asian curios, Honk places tradition in the context of modernity.