Top 5 Theme Based Restaurants in Delhi For Memorable Dining Experience

Delhi, among a dozen other things, is the Mecca for food lovers. It is dotted with the best of restaurants and cafes, and there is something for everyone. Not only do you have new restaurants popping up almost every week, you also get to enjoy the cuisines of the world right in your city.

Every weekend outing can be interesting with a bit of a research based on what you wish to eat. From the humble streets of Chandni Chowk which whip up Mughlai magic, the city has evolved to excel in many more types of cuisines from all parts of the world. Delhi is a truly cosmopolitan city and has something or the other to offer for foodies of all tastes.

Here are a few of the best themed restaurants in Delhi which are an absolutely unmissable. They also double as amazing party places in Delhi. Save the address for your next weekend outing with friends or family:

1. Chor Bizarre, Daryaganj

The restaurant, with its royal and unique Kashmiri decor with a vintage car in the middle and dim lighting, is sure to strike you with awe. Chor Bizarre is our very own themed Indian restaurant which provides mouth-watering Kashmiri food, unlike continental stuff mentioned above.

As the name suggests, a lot of antique items (allegedly stolen from one place or the other) are kept all around exuding the aura of the vintage era. The place is like a time machine, taking you back to your grandfather's golden age. Chor Bizarre takes pride in its Goshtaba, known as the dish of the kings, which is a preparation of minced mutton cooked in curd and spices. Apart from Kashmiri, you may also look out for North Indian, Chinese, Korean and Thai delicacies served here.

2. Garam Dharam, Connaught Place and Rajouri Garden

As the name suggests, Garam Dharam has an interesting theme which is made for all those who have Bollywood in their blood. It's a warm place celebrating the spirit of the legendary actor, Dharmendra. The walls are adorned with his witty one-liners, the dream girl, and his fiery pictures.

The lighting is interesting as it is well- lit with buckets hanging from the top. The restaurant serves only North Indian. The food is served in authentic thalis and brass glasses. They do really well with the Kebabs and the drinks. If you are a Dharmendra fan, this is your temple.

3. The Jungle Jamboree, Connaught Place

Perhaps one of the most famous theme restaurants in Delhi, Jungle Jamboree is famous for its "Flora and Fauna" which comprises of two floors; the first floor serving you buffet with an 'Aqua Jungle' theme and one can avail their a- la- carte Indian and Chinese dishes at their second floor which is 'Forest Garden' themed with a dedicated kids area.

The ambience is great, with the audio effects of the jungle that are synchronized with the theme. The Jungle Jamboree boasts of its Mini Raj Kachouri, which is worth trying. They have an amazing buffet too. Enjoy a variety of unlimited mouth-watering dishes along with a complimentary mocktail. Treat to the senses!

4. Odeon Social, Connaught Place

It's safe to say that the majority of Delhi's population knows where this place is, and Odeon Social still possesses quite a bit of Odeon's vibe, combined with the unique style of Social. The theme here is a blend of school and rustic, timeless beauty, with various things-like old tables from actual schools and a Principal's Room-there to complete the look. The place has a very impressive collection of poison and an all-day breakfast menu to die for!

5. Mamagoto, Sector 29

If you and your friends are Manga fans, there is nowhere else you would rather be than Mamagoto. Despite the numerous Pan Asian restaurants that have cropped up in the city, Mamagoto still remains on the top of the list, especially as far as their theme is concerned.

Whether it's the Manga-inspired art on the walls or its authentic south-east Asian street food vibe, there's hardly anything not worthy to be liked in this place. The menu of Mamagoto is mind-blowing!