You Will Soon Be Able To Experience Europe-Like Vibe In South Delhi With Open-Air Eateries

by Kanika Sharma
You Will Soon Be Able To Experience Europe-Like Vibe In South Delhi With Open-Air Eateries

Delhi is really big on the food scene. Every month, there is a new restaurant or cafe that you can explore. For a foodie Delhiite, it’s a playground. And now the South Delhi Municipal Corporation (SDMC), has decided to take things up by a notch. This part of town, will soon be getting Europe-like open-air eateries! Amazing right?

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A New Dining Experience

The SDMC is now planning to allow restaurants to utilise their open-air spaces. Taking cue from European dining experiences, the restaurants will be allowed to play light music as well. However, there are certain rules and advisories that they will have to follow, in order to open this space to customers.

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The restaurants that already hold the health trade license and fire NOC maybe allowed to have this facility. Also, these open spaces need to be privately owned, and they will not be allowed to encroach upon public land. For those who want to play live music, they will have to maintain a certain amount of decibel level, in order to comply with the advisory.

What’s More?

There are around 2,000 eateries in South Delhi, that already hold the health trade license. This means that once the SDMC gets a nod, we will have not one, or two but multiple options to dine at. Though, it would would have been nice to have that option during winters, but it’s fine nonetheless. As it is, none of these places would have been able to host barbecue nights because cooking outdoor will also not be permitted.

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Gurgaon has a similar dining space called 32nd Avenue which is located on NH-8. Here restaurants have an open-air set-up, it has cobbled streets with French-riviera like street lamps. Over a period of time, it has become quite a popular hangout spot for people. Now, having the option of more than one similar spot, is not such a bad thing, is it?