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Mumbai’s nightlife scene welcomes two restaurants on board two large ships – Queensline Neverland and Queensline Sea YAH that will be parked a few miles into the sea off Mumbai’s iconic Gateway of India.
What Is It?
India’s financial capital will now witness one of the largest ever floating restaurants, giving diners the enviable experience of having a sumptuous meal in the middle of the Arabian Ocean while catching on the city’s iconic skyline. The restaurants on board two large ships – Queensline Neverland and Queensline Sea YAH will be parked a few miles into the sea off Mumbai’s iconic Gateway of India.
The restaurants will be multi-cuisine and will have the best flavours from across the world. Each ship will be able to accommodate 250 diners at any given point of time. There is however, another bonus – the ships will also cruise across Mumbai’s shoreline, giving diners an unparalleled experience of seeing India’s majestic city at sun set over a sumptuous meal.
How To Hop On Board?
Passengers will be picked up from designated points across Mumbai’s coastline and taken on board the ship for an unparalleled dining session coupled with a cruise that would allow people to see the city from the water.
The ships have been bought from Turkey. So you will be dining in a Turkish vessel standing off the coast near Gateway of India. Adding to the historic view and a delectable feast, this vessel will have an international feel to it from the outside and have the warmth of an Indian embrace from the inside. A meal ceases to be just a meal then. What it ends up becoming is a feast for all our senses.