Video: India Gets Its First Underwater Restaurant

The Logical Indian

February 1st, 2016 / 6:36 PM

Image Courtesy: indianexpress
Introducing, Posiedon, India’s first underwater restaurant, now open for business in the city of Ahmedabad, The restaurant offers a unique choice to food lovers. Ahmedabad based businessman Bharat Bhatt runs the 32-seater restaurant which serves a range of vegetarian cuisine. The restaurant is situated 20-feet below the ground level and is said to be filled with around 4000 different species of fishes in it.

Happy to introduce you to first under water restaurant in Ahmedabad Real Poseidon Under Water Restaurant456, South Bopal Corner, Sardar Patel Ring Rd, South Bopal, Bopal, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380058

Posted by Naharsinh Vasava on Sunday, January 31, 2016


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