We all are not very fond of expensive in-flights meals expect you are travelling in Singapore Airlines Business Class with a Chef on board but now you can enjoy a super and delicious food in a superb dining experience at this aircraft-themed restaurant.
With no long-haul flight, no jet lag, and certainly no seat belts, this aircraft is purely a foodie’s heaven.
Opened in Ludhiana, ‘Hawai Adda’, an airplane-themed restaurant is fast becoming a popular fine-dining destination in North India and getting superb buzz in social media too.
Created using a junk of an old Airbus 320, which once flew for Air India, the place is the brainchild of four cousins. The junk of aeroplane was brought in parts from New Delhi in 4 trucks and it took specialised engineers to put it back together and keep the originality intact, including its 1 million wires, all of which took around 4 months.
Parampreet Singh Luthra, the man behind this unique concept told Mashable India:
We were inspired by the Maharaja Express (a luxurious food and travel experience inside a train in New Delhi) and wanted to create something similar inside a plane.
If you are non-vegetarian then this place is not for you.Because the 72-seater fine dining restaurant serves pure vegetarian food only .
Now, its your turn to take one flight to this lovey yummy flight!