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5 unique concept cafes in India that need to be on your must-visit list

If even you are tired of the mundane experiences that most restaurants offer, here's something unique for you

Are you tired of the usual ambiance most restaurants have to offer? Well, we have found out some off-beat restaurants that certainly make your outing so much more than just about food.

1) Ciclo Cafe, Gurugram

A first of its kind of cafe, Ciclo has amazing decor with bicycle parts all around. Cyclists can get their vehicles washed while they enjoying a hot coffee or snacks or read about cycling culture.

Ciclo Cafe (Photo: Facebook/Ciclo Cafe)

Known for: Cycling enthusiasts 
Cuisines:
Italian, American
Where: 
Sector 29, Leisure Valley Road, Gurugram, Haryana

2) Nature’s Toilet Cafe, Ahmedabad

The cafe with a toilet garden around it has around 20 lavatories and urinals. It is said that these lavatories date as far back as the 1950s.

Nature’s Toilet Cafe (Photo: Facebook/Nature’s Toilet Cafe)

Known for: Eat while you sit on a lavatory
Cuisines: Finger food (Only vegetarian)
Where: 
Safai Vidhyalay, besides Mahatma Gandhi Ashram, Ashram Road, Old Wadaj, Ahmedabad

3) Kaidi Kitchen, Chennai

Interiors resembling prison cells, at Kaidi Kitchen, the staffs are dressed like jail superintendents and inmates.

Kaidi Kitchen (Photo: Facebook/Kaidi Kitchen)

Known for: Eat behind the bars
Cuisines: Mexican, Italian, Thai, and Indian
Where: 
20/3, Bishop Wallers Avenue, Mylapore, Chennai

4) Taste Of Darkness, Hyderabad

Experience, feel and eat in complete darkness. The idea behind the restaurant is to sensitize how the visually challenged eat. They focus on the non-visual aspects of food. So, no pictures for your Instagram too.

Taste of Darkness (Photo: Facebook/Taste of Darkness)

Known for: Eat in complete darkness
Cuisines: North Indian
Where: 
5th Floor, Inorbit Mall, Hitech City, Hyderabad

5) New Lucky Restaurant, Ahmedabad

New Lucky Restaurant is in the midst of a Muslim graveyard. The owner wanted to open a restaurant at the site but instead of having the graveyard dug up, he decided to work around the graveyard. The owner also believes that the graveyard is good luck for him as his business is better due to graves.

New Lucky Restaurant (Photo: Facebook/New Lucky Restaurant)

Known for: Built over a cemetery
Cuisine: South Indian and North India
Where: 
Opposite City College, Lal Darwaja, Ahmedabad

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