Dining-well

Dining well embodies more than just good food

Eating out is a ceremonial event and should be treated as such. There can only be two reasons for dining out: entertaining yourself or entertaining others. These days dining out at a restaurant brings up so many expectations. The quality of the food is not the only thing that people care about; the experience should also encompass ambience, service, lighting, comfort and so much more. The restaurants are innovating ideas to keep their customers entertained. One such innovation is the bringing of themes. Everything about the restaurant is about the theme, no matter what that the chosen theme is. The interior decoration, the utensils, the waiters’ uniforms, the cutlery, etc. are all based on the theme only. Here are the best themed restaurants you can find in Chennai for your next outing.

Kaidi Kitchen

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Kaidi Kitchen

You don’t have to commit a crime to go to this jail. The theme is completely based on a prison. Each seating area is located inside a jail cell. And surprisingly, they even provide candle light dinners for a romantic dining experience.

Rain Forest Animal Kingdom

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Rain Forest Animal Kingdom

The entire ambience is a concoction of the rainforest interior designing, the music and the customer service. This is one of the most interesting restaurants in Chennai. If you’re planning to visit, be sure to make a reservation because this place is usually packed.

The Stop

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The Stop

If you are a gamer, The Stop is a restaurant you must visit without further delay. When you visit once, you won’t be able to stop yourself from going back. They have a variety of board games, air hockey and even a pool table to keep you occupied while you wait for your food.

Mid Street

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Mid Street

Feed the artist in you with the designs and illustration in Mid Street. This is a great place to hang out with friends and serves delicious snacks. The doodles on its walls add more flavor to your food, making you a repeat customer.

House #22

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House #22

Do you think you’re born in the wrong generation? If yes, then you must be a vintage lover. House #22 is a chic café house that has a wonderful vintage ambience and exudes class. Visit today to have your love of vintage overflow.

Superstar Pizza

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Superstar Pizza

The interiors are decorated with Rajinikanth’s pictures and memorabilia that make the place special for all Superstar fans. Even some of the food here is named after the beloved star’s movies, and they are as delicious as the movies.

Ciclo café

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Ciclo Cafe

The décor matches the name with a reading area filling with books on cycling. The furniture consists of cycle forks, rims, balcony lights are wheels and there is an artsy chandelier made from bicycle chains. Sounds junktastic, doesn’t it?

Mad Hatter’s Tea Garden

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Mad Hatter’s Tea Garden

Designed around Alice in Wonderland, the place is a happy splash of colours with yellow curtains, polka dot tea cups and bright coloured furniture. There are many schools around the area and the garden is a favourite among children and perfect for the child in you.

Swiss Hutte

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Swiss Hutte

Whenever you feel the need to getaway, visit Swiss Hutte. As the name suggests, the snug interior decorations make the place resemble a chalet by the Alps. The lush gardens behind the cabin are perfect to organise a party or for dinner under the stars.

The Moon and Sixpence

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The Moon and Sixpence

This Irish based pub is the best place to unwind after a long week. The ambience, food and music are bound to give you an enthralling experience. Their signature burgers are all the rage and you must try them when you visit.

Now, complete your food experience with more than just food. Visit these restaurants and be a part of the changing dining experiences.

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Shalini Prasad

She has been a content specialist for more than four years. She is a passionate reader and loves to read about Science, Philosophy, History and Psychology. She also enjoys sci-fi books and general fiction.

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