People looking for new eating experiences in Ahmedabad can head straight to the city's first 'underwater restaurant'. Called The Real Poseidon, the restaurant has been built 20 feet below ground level.
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Run by Ahmedabad-based businessman Bharat Bhatt, The Real Poseidon might be flanked by fish on all sides, but is in fact a vegetarian multi-cuisine eatery offering Punjabi, Thai, Chinese and Mexican fare. A daily menu is also available.
The 32-seater restaurant is accessible by a stairway that leads into a tunnel-like (1,200 square feet) space, enclosed within 150,000 litres of water, and locally sourced marine life that includes over 4,000 species of fish.
Booking over the phone should be made three days in advance. However, guests can also register online at their website (click here) to book tables instantly. The hotel offers a 50 per cent refund two days before cancellation, and does not accept cancellations a day before.
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