After decades of serving an extravagant menu of American fare, the oldest all-day breakfast restaurant in Delhi, the All American Diner at the India Habitat Center reopened as Habitat Hub on Sunday.
His replacement came because the contract with Old World Hospitality, the company running the restaurants at IHC, expired, according to a report through The Indian Express.
The company has also operated member-only restaurants like Delhi ‘O’ Delhi and Oriental Octopus and open-plan facilities like Eatopia (the food court). Delhi ‘O’ Delhi will be the next to reopen, but it is not clear whether it will reopen under a different name.
The redesign and reopening was announced in a Facebook post by India Habitat Center. The all-day resto-bar on the ground floor of the India Habitat Center, New Delhi, opens its doors with a new look and a new name – HABITAT HUB. Imagine a chic and contemporary space with interiors minimalist for your daily outings “, the post lis.
While the iconic restaurant‘s menu and staff will likely remain the same, they still elicit a sense of nostalgia among regulars. For nearly two decades now, the All American Restaurant has offered a classic American dining experience, from waffles to burgers and shakes.
It remains to be seen whether the 1950s theme of the American diner will be retained in its replacement. The restaurant was an odd replica of the famous American diners portrayed in pop culture.