Fun Time: Revolving Restaurants in India for Scenic Views

Although revolving restaurants are not a unique idea, they are still considered fun. Usually their rotation is very slow so as not to disturb the diners.

Falak, Jammu

From a view of Trikut Mountain (home to the Vaishno Devi temple complex) to the Tawi River, enjoy panoramic views of Jammu city from this revolving hilltop restaurant.
Where: KC Residency Hotel, Residency Road, Jammu

Kandeel, Surat

A little austere by day, the panoramic view from the Kandeel Restaurant on the hotel’s 16th floor is best enjoyed at night when the city lights up.
Address: Tex Palazzo Hotel, Ring Road, Sahara Darwaja, New Textile Market, Surat

Parikrama, New Delhi

Although this revolving restaurant has been around for a while. Perched 240 feet atop the Antriksh building, it lets you get a bird’s eye view of some of Delhi’s major landmarks by day. While visitors are always impressed with the appeal of a revolving restaurant, the place has received mixed reviews for food and ambiance on popular websites.
Address: Connaught Place, New Delhi

Aasma, Panchkula

Take in pleasant views of the Shiwalik Hills from this restaurant located on the Kalka-Shimla highway and perched 150 feet high.
Address: NH22 Mall, Amravati Enclave, Panchkula, Haryana

Club 7, Palampur

Palampur in Himachal Pradesh is a city dominated by the Himalayan snow ranges. Take a look over the hills as the restaurant slowly turns.
Address: RS Portico Sarovar, Near Ram Chowk, Ghugghar (Dharamshala Road) Palampur

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