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Foodtainment Watch: Eating out and night life plans seem sorted

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Food and entertainment has become an integral part of the retail industry. These sectors have been expanding rapidly and here are the two new gems that aims to take the foodtainment factor notch up:-

Foodtainment Watch: Eating out and night life plans seem sorted
Food and entertainment has become an integral part of the retail industry and here are two new gems that it has added to its cap

, , Delhi

HYPE after its massive success at Shangri-La Hotel, has opened its doors once again in South Delhi at Eros Hotel, Nehru Place. Powered by celebrity , HYPE is ready to bring back nightlife to Delhi.

Equipped with state of the art lighting and sound coupled with straight line interiors the venue looks its part as a truly great. The food menu has been carefully designed to complement the array of innovative cocktails and premium spirits on offer. As the iconic neighborhood gets revamped with swanky restaurants and bars, HYPE aims to be the leader in the premium nightlife space.

Setting new standards in the nightclub space, HYPE is bullish in creating a safe environment for women and ensuring safety for all their esteemed patrons. International and national guest DJ acts is the way the club aims at winning the hearts and minds of the Delhi party goers.

, Panditya Road, South Kolkata

Sanjha Chulha, established in 2002, has opened its fourth outlet at Panditya Road in South Kolkata.

Spread over 1,500 sq ft area, the restaurant is known for its Afghani Tandoori and Jugal Bandi Sikh since its inception. The target audience of the 48-seater restaurant is middle class and upper middle class youth.

The restaurant that serves North Indian food was two friends who after completing their hotel management from an institute in Kolkata took training at Hotel Taj Bengal and The Oberoi Grand. Sanjha Chulha will soon be spreading its wings outside Kolkata.

Sanjha Chulha has registered an estimated Y-o-Y growth between 10 per cent to 20 per cent. The revenue for the last stood at Rs 4.5 crores and for this fiscal, it is eyeing a revenue of around Rs 5 crore.