8 Amazing Themed Restaurants in India

We enjoy good food but what enhances the enjoyment is the ambience. This is the reason themed restaurants in India are gaining such heights of popularity. Modern restaurants today believe in serving an extraordinary experience to their clientele where food is just another element.

Here is a list of 8 themed restaurants in India which should be in your bucket list

UFO Revolving Restaurant, Mumbai

Located at Kandivali in Mumbai (western part of India), it is the first and the city’s only revolving restaurant. The main area is the revolving fine-dining restaurant. It takes 80 minutes to complete one full round. If you are one of those extra-terrestrial obsessed people, then this is your place. You can imagine being abducted by aliens in their UFO because of the height and design of the restaurant. There’s an open-air lounge which is extremely cool and a pub. Food is great with a wide variety to choose from Chinese, Mughlai, North Indian, Italian, Continental, Mexican cuisines. Mouth-watering desserts should not be missed. It’s a unique experience with a pocket pinch of Rs.1600 (only food) for two approximately.

Kaidi Kitchen, Kolkata & Chennai

It is a jail themed restaurant where guards are dressed as police and waiters dressed as prisoners serve delicious Indian vegetarian dishes in a dining room designed to resemble a prison. It is one of the most popular themed restaurants in India for family dining with a pocket pinch of Rs.1200 (only food) for two approximately. ‘Kaidi Kitchen’ in is situated at Camac Street and ‘Kaidi Kitchen’ in Chennai is situated at Mylapore.

The Bar Stock Exchange, Mumbai, Thane, Pune & Bangalore

It is India’s first stock market themed pub chain where the drink prices change based on real-time demand. Conceptualized on the lines of Stock Exchanges, the pub is fun, unique and cutting-edge. The guests trade in alcohol and spirits, with prices starting from as low as retail prices. Happy hours is where guests can control the prices of all the drinks. It is the most technologically advanced bar in India where customers can place an order via a specially developed app which enables monitoring of prices and order in real-time. Customers can compete with each other and the system to score the best prices on their choice of drinks. This is one of the themed restaurants (pub) in India which has taken the nation by storm. Definitely the experience of ‘The Bar Stock Exchange’ cannot be ignored.

Black Pearl, Bangalore

Are you a ‘Pirates of Caribbean’ fan? Then ‘Black Pearl’ at Koramangala, Bangalore, is where you got to be. It is one of the most popular themed restaurants in India, based on pirates. Besides great food, it is entertaining to see such rugged décor comprising of skulls, pirate ship, anchors, nets and ropes. They serve mouth-watering Caribbean Cuisine. The pocket pinch is about Rs.1500 (only food) for two.

Dialogue in the Dark, Hyderabad

This is one of those themed restaurants in India where one experiences something beyond feeling good. You eat in the dark. You have a guide who assists you through the way and the menu. They serve delicious food which is eaten in the pitch dark. We focus on every element of taste which we tend to overlook in our daily lives. Specs, mobile phones, watches and everything which can reflect light is not allowed inside the restaurant. All our other senses work more. This place reflects the idea of the inner light of the visually challenged. The experience will be etched in one’s heart forever. This is a social enterprise. The experiences of absolute darkness and being guided by the visually impaired have been life-changing for many. It costs approximately Rs.1500 for two. Do not miss this place if you are in Hyderabad.

Fly Dining, Bangalore

It is the first of its kind. You literally fly in the air and eat. A deck with a huge dining table in the middle with 22 chairs around goes up 160 feet in the air, lifted by a crane. Meanwhile, you dine with a picturesque aerial view of Nagawara Lake, Manyata Techpark and Bengaluru’s green cover. It’s a set menu. Pregnant women and children below 14 years of age are prohibited from going on to the deck. Advance booking is the norm and it is an expensive proposition. Well, the adrenalin rush, the gorgeous view and the unique experience of dining in the air is not what you get every day and everywhere.  A mocktail session is priced at Rs.8000 and dinner at Rs.14000 (inclusive of taxes) for two.

Nature’s Toilet Café, Ahmedabad

This is the most quirky amongst the themed restaurants in India. As the name suggests the theme is a toilet, mainly to increase to spread awareness about good sanitation and good hygiene. The chairs and tables are all designed as sanitary wares. Serving bowls or glasses look like commodes. This café is an absolute cliché breaking. The actual toilets are connected to bio-gas, so the waste products are used to create electricity and cooking. They serve a social cause.

Stonny Brook, Bangalore

Indulge in food with a stream of water running under your feet. ‘Stonny Brook’ in Rajarajeshwarinagar, Bangalore, is India’s first stream restaurant. It was built with the concept of bringing a brook to the city. Enjoy fancy dining with a stream running under your feet. You will also get a fish spa in the house. There’s a dance floor too. They serve amazing Asian cuisine (Thai, Japanese, Indonesian and Chinese) costing about Rs.1500 for two, without alcohol.

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16 thoughts on “8 Amazing Themed Restaurants in India

  • April 7, 2021 at 12:22 am
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    Fly Dining looks very interesting but I really would never do it. An adrenaline rush and dining are not two things I want in the same time period.

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  • April 7, 2021 at 1:10 am
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    Those are all super cool! I have to say, I would start with UFO first. I’m a huge geek. LOL

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  • April 7, 2021 at 1:10 am
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    I think it would be so fun to experience all of these with the family. The pirate-themed one would be the first one on our stop.

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    • April 7, 2021 at 12:57 pm
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      Fly dining looks amasing! Wow! As I am from Croatia and it is a bit far for me I will probably never see it. Hopefully one day… thank you for this guide

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  • April 7, 2021 at 2:22 pm
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    Gosh, India is such a magical place. I would so like to visit it one day. Thank you for this virtual tour. I bet foods there are amazing!

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  • April 7, 2021 at 9:17 pm
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    Oh my — all of these are really cool! The Fly Dining resaurant caught my attention the most — you can’t move the chairs, right? I like the dining in the dark one as well.

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  • April 7, 2021 at 10:02 pm
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    Wow, these restaurants look remarkable! The toilet one gave me a good laugh, but awesome to see that they’re actually used to generate electricity.

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  • April 7, 2021 at 10:10 pm
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    That UFO RESTAURANT is amazing!!! The only themed restaurants I’ve heard of have been located in Vegas. Might need to take a trip to India to see these places for myself.

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  • April 8, 2021 at 2:51 am
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    wow so creative way they made those restaurants! just mind blowing ideas! Thanks for sharing with us

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  • April 8, 2021 at 12:57 pm
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    India has always been at the center of my interest. Those eight themed restaurants look really interesting. Fly Dining in Bangalore would be absolutely extreme!

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  • April 8, 2021 at 1:54 pm
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    The fly dining looks absolutely amazing! It’s a great way to enjoy the view and food all at once!

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  • April 8, 2021 at 3:13 pm
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    I want to try the UFO themed restaurants. It seems out of this world! Got the joke? hehe. Nice pics!

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  • April 8, 2021 at 3:59 pm
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    Wow! These are really amazing restaurants! Wish I could visit them one day!

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  • April 8, 2021 at 10:39 pm
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    my husband is a huge Pirates of the Caribbean fan, so that would be the one we would want to go to – I will however skip the toilet one, lol. I have heard of that one before, which I always think as funny, but I could not imagine actually eating there – hehe. Blessings!

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  • April 9, 2021 at 7:03 pm
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    Oh I love themed restaurants! How fun!

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