Some of the designs elements of this cafe includes bikes, souvenirs, hand paintings, bike parts, customised lightings, designed raw wood boards, retro tins and wall gaming.
Spread in 6000 sq ft, The Biker’s Cafe captures the love for motorcycle and long drives on the Indian highways. The place is like an art house, which has a lounge with 150 seats and a stage.
Some of the designs elements of this cafe includes bikes, souvenirs, hand paintings, bike parts, customised lightings, designed raw wood boards, retro tins and wall gaming. Sanjay Yadav, the owner himself is the designer of the cafe.
Furniture is a mix of retro leather and wooden and tiles are imported from Europe to ensure road feel. So, the furniture was conceptualised keeping the character in mind.
Food served has a flavour of traveller/bikers experience across the world. The restaurant artwork has been created by the bikers itself. The paintings, walls or elements which comprise of rarest collection are contributed by different bikers across the world. It has the rarest collection of actual world war1 helmets displayed inside the cafe, apart from bike used in the war.
The continental menu is improvised to suit the Indian palate with gobhi paranthas, scrambled egg burji and shakes that tastes divine.
Delicious grub, detoxifying juices, popular music and a décor which only bikers can dream of- defines this theme restaurant. It is blend with the best of old world food techniques with global cuisine.
The total budget of the cafe is 3 cr and it witnesses maximum footfall in evening.
So, it is a good place to eat, indulge and enjoy with friends.