Welcome Aboard To This Swanky Restaurant Inside A Retired Plane
Hawai Adda is a new vegan eatery, bakery and cafe which opened to the public two months ago in the northern Indian city of Ludhiana. Unlike other restaurants, Hawaii Adda is located inside a retired Airbus A320.
“We were inspired by the Maharaja Express (a luxurious food and travel experience inside a train in New Delhi) and wanted to create something similar inside a plane,” Parampreet Singh Luthra, a hospitality professional behind the project, told Mashable India.
Just like its name Hawai Adda, which means airport in Hindi, the aircraft was once used by Air India. It took more than a year to converted this retired plane into a chic dining space, but also ensure all of the original features remained at the same time.
The 72-seat restaurant is compromised of a cafe, a bakery, and a kitty hall for up to 40 people where visitors can enjoy a variety range of food from vegan club sandwiches, rich chocolate cupcakes to decadent banoffee pies.
Thinking of paying a visit at this swanky new restaurant but its too far? Fortunately, we have one here in Wuhan, China as well, named Lily Airways. This unique eatery is located in a retired Boeing 737. For a better dining experience, all staff members are in flight attendant attire and the cockpit has been converted into a flying simulator where patrons will be able to experience what it’s like to fly a passenger jet.
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