Kesavan Nampoothiry An Aquarius at heart who wants to get into cinema, but somewhere on the way fell in love with advertising, Marketing and brands!

Cafes that go beyond awesome food!

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The concept of hanging out in today’s times has shifted from parks and playgrounds to places that offer an experience beyond good food. With a cafe sprouting in almost every street, the need to be different has become a priority. Cafe owners today try to look beyond serving delicious food. They think of ways in which their customers can stay engaged at their place and spend more time – because more time means more food being ordered, and hence, more being spent! A look at some theme cafes from across the country is given below

Here are a few such cafes in metros that have stood out for its unique offerings besides good food and great service.

TherPuP Cafe, Bengaluru

Located in the bustling location of Whitefield, this cafe is the ‘purr’fect place to unwind and have a great time. The cafe is home to a lot of puppies and dogs with whom you can play around with and spend some quality time. If you have a furry friend of your own, you are allowed to bring him/her to the place for a fun day out. Dogs are also known to help release stress in human beings! So now you know where to head after dealing with all the honking and roadblocks.

Where: Whitefield, Bengaluru

Cost: Rs. 300-600 per person

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Cat Cafe Studio, Mumbai

Situated amidst plush offices and homes at Andheri, the Cat Cafe Studio is the perfect place to go if you are a cat person! Sit back, unwind and relax as you sip a cup of coffee and play with your new feline friend. The cafe also hosts exciting events as it has become a favourite spot for various artists and musicians.  

Where: Andheri West, Mumbai

Cost: Rs. 250-500 per person

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The Motorcycle Cafe, New Delhi

A perfect place for bike enthusiasts, this peppy cafe situated in the capital of India has interiors made from bike scraps. The cafe also houses some famous bike models in order to bring about the ambience. The garlic bread here is a must try!

Where: Netaji Subhash Palace, New Delhi

Cost: Rs. 250-300 per person.

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DYU Art Cafe, Bangalore

If spending time in a beautiful ‘naalukettu’ style building that would take you back in time to your grandparent’s house in Kerala is your idea of a relaxed evening, then this cafe is the place to be. Take a book of your choice from the library and unwind as you sip a cup of hot chocolate and enjoy the tranquillity. The banoffee pie is a must try here!

Where: Koramangala, Bengaluru

Cost: Rs. 300-600 per person

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Dialogue in the Dark, various locations 

Let your senses go on work mode as you have food in complete darkness. Dialogue in the dark is a concept cafe that lets you savour food while in a blindfold. You make use of touch and smell senses to savour the delicacies.

Where: Hyderabad, Chennai, Raipur.

Cost: Rs. 350-600 per person.

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Kesavan Nampoothiry An Aquarius at heart who wants to get into cinema, but somewhere on the way fell in love with advertising, Marketing and brands!

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