Restaurant India has come up with a list of legacy brands that are changing themselves with time.
Times are changing and so is our understanding and interpretation of our traditions. As any city slowly transforms into a heady mix of local traditions and global influx, there is an increasing need for forming urban and individual identities by reinterpreting heritage.
Giani's New Look and Feel: Giani's Ice cream, a traditional 63 year Old legendary brand has come into news with its new outlet experience. The New Look of the brand is the brain child of Late S. Gurcharan Singh's third generation Gurpreet Singh, Amarpreet Singh, Anand Singh and Kanwarpreet Singh. All four directors together wish to take the family business to an international brand level keeping the recipe of Love, tradition and roots passed on intact.
Pioneer in Kulfi Faluda, Sundaes and Ice cream brand Giani's, recognized by the colour red along with their Logo has brought in many developments to give competition to the market. The parlour has colours of winter, reflecting the existence of generations through Black and White tile. Red and White theme with Metal Grid Ceiling with hanging Bulbs. Textured Wall and a Two Huge wooden blocks on the wall - Using Typography of the youth reflecting the History of the brand.
Bringing Families Together: Known for their old age vegetarian food, Kailash Parbat, the famous pre-independence restaurant is tweaking its menu and bringing new innovation at the design front. The new outlets are more cozy, has lots of vibrant colours to attract the young and the millennial crowd.
A Taste of Royal India: A 30 years old heritage of taste, quality Anand Sweets, inspired by the taste of royal India, aims at taking people on a culinary journey of the famous delicacies from across India. The menu being an extensive mix of prevalent regional dishes and hybrid experimental takes on popular dishes, it caters to a wide range of taste buds. The space nimbly translates this gastronomic journey into a sleek, young, vibrant and luxurious ambience.
Designed in parity to the booming café culture in the Bengaluru city, Anand Sweets provides with an unmatched experience of the contemporary Indian heritage through an ingenious play of colors, patterns and textures. The idea has been to deconstruct the habitual retail experience of Indian delicacies and transpose it into cutting edge planning, technology and construction methodology to create a humble yet intricately planned environment.
Brewing Success for Century: Delhi’s famous United Coffee House completed its 75 years last year celebrating the times of fine dining, huge chandeliers and relaxed, uncluttered luxury. Started in 1942 by Lala Hans Raj Kalra, whose grandchild, Akash Kalra is redefining the place by giving a new look and charm to the year-old legacy. United Coffee House- Rewind that is now running two outlets- one each in Mall of India Noida and DLF CyberCity Gurgaon.
Serving a Dhaba-Style Food: Dhaba Estd 1986 Delhi recently opened at Delhi’s posh new Aerocity. Dhaba comes in a new avatar with signature kitschy quirk, vintage collages and retro Indian décor of the 80s and 90s, and use of popular Indian weaving techniques in ikat fabrics. Designed by Atul Anand, this 52-seater outlet showcases environmental friendly décor using recycled elements and community tables for group seating. The ambience effortlessly infuses the excitement of a highway meal; and in fact, takes it up a fair few notches! The creative chaos of colours, quirky desi quotes, revival of vintage black and white Bollywood posters and the signature truck art adds to the overall dining experience. The mood of the restaurant is further enhanced by the mock façade of a building, which is designed like a small town.