This is an interesting time to be alive… the age of globalization
and crossovers. When Paella Tikkas herald the way for fusion cooking
and finally the twain do meet. In a space that draws the best of
East and West.
Breaking up the space that was formerly a garage and transforming
it into comfortable areas that invoked a sense of a universal chill
out place was the initial challenge. Once that was established,
there was no doubt that Trafalgar Chowk would indeed be a place
you could come home to.
An archway leads you to an alfresco dining area with seating that
reassures you that it’s time to stay back and let time melt
away. An enclosed bar allows you the privacy of enjoying your drink,
while the enclosed dining area is perfect for the karaoke nights
the resto pub boasts of.
The fibre optic lights set amidst stone pebbles gently light up
dark corners. While the coins of the British Raj embedded amidst
the bricks gets your attention… subtly.
A coconut tree that went right through the restaurant was retained
in support of our green philosophy. And the stray potted palm relieves
this urban space with it’s touch of nature.
The blue glass panels that are backlight find the perfect board
to announce food specials and upcoming events at the chowk.
Tucked away at the back are the restrooms. As one of the regular
visitors to the restaurant a particular Mr. Naseerudin Shah told
his wife Rachna “ This is something you have to see”
And at the end of the day the client got exactly what he wanted
…a space that was fun.