B-bar now in In­dia


Ge­orge V Eater­tain­ment, Paris, the evan­ge­lists of lux­ury din­ing and the name be­hind the cel­e­brated brand Bud­dha-Bar, in­tro­duces B-bar at Se­lect City walk, Saket, New Delhi.

B-bar cov­ers a sprawl­ing space of 25,000 sq.ft, out of which 12,000 sq. ft. is ded­i­cated to the restau­rant and 330 sq. ft. cov­ered with four pri­vate din­ing rooms. It pro­vides an oa­sis of tran­quil­ity, away from the frenzy of ur­ban life.

All of the en­light­ened master’s teach­ings man­i­fest them­selves in the warm and mag­i­cal am­bi­ence of B-bar, where the ‘B ’is a sub­tle ref­er­ence to the essence of one’s be­ing or ex­is­tence.

Ge­orge V Eater­tain­ment has specif­i­cally de­signed the B-bar keep­ing in mind the In­dian mar­ket. It pro­poses to bring in the look, feel and food syn­ony­mous with its il­lus­tri­ous and iconic ‘ cousin’, Bud­dha Bar. This is brought about by the fur­ni­ture, fix­tures and dec­o­ra­tive items, all of which are themed on the panAsian, Bud­dhist pe­riod. Each piece of fur­ni­ture and dec­o­ra­tion is clev­erly hand­picked to be unique, yet main­tain and re­flect the same iden­tity of Bud­dha Bars world­wide. It has a Cen­ter­piece, a 2.5 me­ter statue of a

Hy­brid samu­rai and Xian sol­dier sit­ting in med­i­ta­tive re­pose along with an­ti­quated gold chan­de­liers, 5 three-tiered sus­pended from the Atrium ceil­ing at vari­able heights and 11 sin­gle-tiered ones, spread across the Lounge and Restau­rant space.

The en­tire Atrium wall is fin­ished in clas­sic Oikos Silken Gold and ten 3-me­tre high ivory fin­ished stat­ues of Asian ‘an­gels’ look­ing down from two lev­els above; mute sen­tinels grac­ing the scene. Each of the stat­ues is em­pha­sized with spe­cial ef­fects martin lights to add drama and op­u­lence to the en­vi­ron­ment

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