Indian Accent at The Manor, New Delhi will open at The Lodhi end October

Indian Accent, the award-winning restaurant at The Manor, New Delhi, will open at The Lodhi end October in the space previously occupied by the restaurant On the Waterfront. Indian Accent, which opened in 2009 at The Manor, achieved both critical and popular acclaim in India as well as overseas.

The alcohol service at The Manor has been suspended since the past few months following the Honorable Supreme Court’s judgement on the sale of alcohol within 500 meters of state and national highways. The original location at The Manor will host a new restaurant. More details on the new concept will be shared soon. Indian Accent at The Manor continues to take reservations till then.

Rohit Khattar, Chairman, Old World Hospitality, says, “The Manor has been an incredible setting and home for Indian Accent since its inception. The team is excited to open in a beautiful, larger space at The Lodhi. The new space will allow us to expand our food and vision to a wider audience and will also feature a ‘Chef’s Table’ in the future where Chef Manish Mehrotra will explore theme-based menus in an adventurous new format. We have exciting plans for Indian Accent’s former space at The Manor too, with a soon to be announced concept.”

Chef Manish Mehrotra, Corporate Chef, Indian Accent, says, “We are excited for Indian Accent’s journey ahead at The Lodhi, where we will replicate the experience we are proud to have delivered to all our guests. Indian Accent will re-launch with a menu featuring our guest favourites and Indian Accent classics from our early years too.”

Dinaz Madhukar, Senior Vice President, DLF Luxury Retail and Hospitality said “We are delighted to partner with Old World Hospitality and bring ‘Indian Accent’ to The Lodhi. This much-celebrated restaurant will offer another superlative dining experience to all our guests. We believe that this addition will complement The Lodhi’s other F&B offerings and consolidate the hotel’s prestige on the Capital’s gastronomic map.”

Indian Accent at The Lodhi, scheduled to launch end October, will be open 7 days a week and shall serve lunch 12 noon onwards, early dinner at 7pm and late dinner at 9:45 pm. The restaurant will seat over 100 people including three private dining spaces.

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