Bombay Blues isn’t just another Indian restaurant in Bangkok, but a raffishly-bohemian two-story wooden house on Soi Rambuttri near Khaosan Road. It’s not one of the gleaming riverside rooftop restaurants in Bangkok, but a charming hideaway with a rustically-regal ambiance, authentic Indian cuisine & open-air terrace with… no chairs. Dine like a barefoot raja on Indian carpets, plush mattresses and oversized pillow-rolls around low wooden tables. Relax with cocktails and a strawberry sheesha pipe; succumb to red swathes of fabric, candlelight, incense & Bollywood tunes. There’s no rush. Order slowly: crunchy masala papad, tandoor prawns, chicken tikka, cheese paneer tikka with mint chutney, goat biryani or velvety murgh makhani (butter chicken) with garlic nan or roti.
Seconds from the Jama Masjid, concealed along chaotic alleys with ramshackle vendors and heady doses of scents and stenches, is a “hole-in-the-wall” serving some of the finest authentic Mughlai Indian food in Delhi. It may be the least refined establishment in which to eat a royal feast, but regal Indian dishes is what you’ll get at Karims Delhi hotel. No, it’s not a hotel. The family restaurant, founded in 1913, has been passing down Mughlai Indian food recipes through 4 generations. Today, Karim Hotels grills mouthwatering meats: tandoori murgh, burra, raan and bakra – spiced chicken, mutton (including brains), and fish; badshahi badam pasanda with almonds, yogurt and spices; Mughlai firdausi qorma and dil pasand seekh kabab - mutton skewers and… mmmm… chili sauce.
Shamiana tents, pillowed sofas, cocktails & hookah pipes, garlic-ginger chicken kebabs & choco moco coolers in a rooftop oasis… this may not be what you expect from a 5th floor lounge in a mega-mall, but there it is. Sheesha Sky Lounge & hookah bar sits atop bustling Indore, the finance capital of Madhya Pradesh, India. Though an unlikely retreat in the C21 Mall, it follows the rooftop bar trend with open-air dining, lounging & partying – blending tents and hookah with sleek white sofas, chrome swivel bar stools and city lights. Soft evening music gives way to a discothèque; a popular hangout for locals & celebrities to strut their stuff to electric beats. But there’s more to Sheesha than Awadhi décor, hookah bar and disco. It’s also known for sumptuous Indian cuisine.
A city near Pakistan border, in the state of Punjab, Amritsar is of great importance for the Sikh community as it is home to one of their holiest temples : The Golden Temple. It is one of the sought after tourist destinations. The Golden Temple and the Wagah Border’s ceremony (Indo-Pak border) are the main reasons to attract travelers. You will find many places to check in as it is thronged by tourists, international and domestic, throughout the year. But if you are looking for an out of the box experience, then Virasat Haveli is the right place for you. Away from the humdrum of city, it is situated in the countryside of Manavala, a very close by village of Amritsar. If you are evading fast paced life of city, want to relax, be at peace, and be at proximity with nature.
Hotel Classique, one of the best Hotels in Rajkot Luxury and Budget Accommodation Hotel Classique, one of the best business hotels, has 27 self sufficient rooms all the special features of Comfort, Semi Deluxe, Super Deluxe, Suite to make your stay comfortable and pleasant. All rooms are equipped with amenities such as Well appointed air-conditioned guest rooms, Direct dial telephone, LCD TV, Split A.C., Excellent interior and Tranquil environment. The hotel houses a well equipped conference hall, with all the modern facilities one can ask for. It also has a multi-cuisine restaurant, specializing in Gujarati, Punjabi and Chinese delicacies that will tickle your taste buds away. The hotel is in close proximity to Rotary Dolls Museum(1.3 km), Kaba Gandhi no Delo (1.5).