Run­way to Res­tau­rant


Flam­boy­ant de­signer Ro­hit Bal brings back the aura of the an­cient 'Bharat' in its splen­dour and glory at the third 'Vedas' flag­ship res­tau­rant in Kolkata. The op­u­lent and lux­u­ri­ous fine­din­ing des­ti­na­tion’s ar­chi­tec­tural splen­dour is in­spired from var­i­ous ori­en­tal in­flu­ences and draw on his­tory, fan­tasy and folk­lores in In­dian scrip­tures to of­fer a visual treat to the fine din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

The res­tau­rant’s de­sign con­cept high­lights the el­e­ments of crafts­man­ship and skills of a by­gone era, right­fully cel­e­brat­ing all that is spe­cial and mag­i­cal about In­dia. The ur­ban-chic res­tau­rant of­fers a panorama of In­dian cui­sine, the flavours and tex­tures as sub­tle and rich as the di­verse tastes of the sub­con­ti­nent. Veda spe­cial­izes in North-West fron­tier and Mugh­lai cuisines. The in­te­rior was fully de­signed by Bal which is an amal­ga­ma­tion of the el­e­gantly sim­ple and the exquisitely or­nate. Lo­cated on Park Street, known to be the heart of ‘city of Joy’, the res­tau­rant has a dis­tinct Mughal flavour in­spired by the film Mughal-EAzam. “In the song

there were thou­sands of mir­rors which

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from India

© PressReader. All rights reserved.