Cafe Delhi Heights becomes first restaurant to serve inside Red Fort, Hospitality News, ET HospitalityWorld

Mughlai food probably tastes much better when savored at Delhi’s 374-year-old Red Fort. The city’s laid-back all-day neighborhood cafe, Café Delhi Heights, opens its doors in one of the capital’s most beloved historic destinations, the iconic Lal Quila. Serving its delicious dishes in the midst of heritage, Café Delhi Heights is the first Indian restaurant to be located inside a world famous national heritage monument.

The cafe is designed to allow the space to be an extension of this architectural splendour, known for its design, fine red sandstone and a harmonious fusion of many cultures into one, including Islamic, Persian and Hindu. The minimal seating capacity allows the Mughal vibe of the place to accentuate keeping the culture and ambience of the fort intact. Blending with the architecture of the Quila, the interiors include an array of paintings and frames telling the story of Indian culture.

After its success in Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Pune, Gurgaon, Noida and more, Café Delhi Heights is a brand that lives up to expectations with a big heart. The brainchild of Vikrant Batra & Sharad Batra who always manages to bring love and art to the plate with a pinch of colorful city palate.

Step into a Mughal-era time capsule through architectural beauty for a lip-smacking affair while indulging in comfort food in a royal heritage setting. Cherish the beauty of the Quila faded in time as it ties and binds one generation to the next.

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