Usually, eating in an airplane is not an experience many look forward to. But this restaurant in India is hoping patrons will feel differently – it’s located in an unused Airbus!
Found in the Indian city of Ludhiana, Hawai Adda is a restaurant with a difference. New Delhi based Hands Hospitality took a junk Airbus 320 and renovated it over the space of a year to create a restaurant seating 72 patrons, meaning visitors can eat a meal in a passenger plane on the ground.
Hawai Adda, which means ‘airport’ in Hindi, serves vegetarian food as well as comprising a café, a bakery and a hall with space for up to 40 people. Photos from the restaurant’s Instagram show a luxurious interior a million miles away from what you might expect in a passenger plane! If you want to eat a meal in a pretty unique setting, it’s time to book those cheap flights to India.