This Salt Lake Sky Bar Is The First In The City To Serve Bite-Size Food Portions

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What Makes It Awesome

Capella calls itself a restobar-kitchen-brewery-sky bar. This 90-seater is located on the 20th floor of AltAir, the city’s hottest new hangout in Sector 5.  It offers the first pinches menu in the city — essentially mono-portions or small eats.

The menu offers a wide range of bite-size gourmet plated delights from liquid bowls and entrees to mains and desserts. Attached to the restaurant is the Capella Sky Bar — with panoramic views, it is the city’s newest party destination. Expect an in-house DJ, live gigs, a full bar and sumptuous cocktail snack options.

Western classics with a hint of Indian spices is what sets Capella apart.  The buffet lunch starts at INR 750 {special promotion rate} and covers a wide variety of veg and non-veg items to pick from. An exotic salad bar sits right across from the insanely innovative dessert bar! My fave was the scallops and beetroot tikki infused with balsamic chutney. Remember to save space for the red wine-infused chocolate yumminess and the passion fruit panna cotta. The cost for two, including alcohol, is around INR 1,400.

The evening menu is all a-la-carte, with a lot of finger foods to share with friends and family. Do order the charcoal-covered mozzarella sticks. They serve shisha too. If you’re headed here post seven, be prepared for a more lounge-like atmosphere. With ample outdoor seating, a heated infinity pool and a jacuzzi this is where you would want to spend your evenings at.


Grab a table close to the beautiful glass windows and enjoy the birds’ eye view of Salt Lake. When here, do take the time out to marvel at the wall mapping the evolution of Bollywood and the unique chandelier that runs through the center of the hotel. Tastefully designed, this place is meant for the social media shutterbugs with tons of Instragramble corners, like the spice wall, and beautiful black-and-white paintings that capture the true essence of the city.


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