The 'Hawai Adda' airplane restaurant is a new dining establishment situated in Ludhiana in India which is focused on offering an unexpected dining experience alongside some delicious food.
'Hawai Adda' -- which means airport in Hindi -- consists of a salvage Airbus 320 that was previously owned and operated by Air India. The interior of the plane was completely renovated and enhanced in order to turn it into a stylish dining eatery for patrons to experience.
The 'Hawai Adda' airplane restaurant offer a number of vegetarian cuisine options and is capable of seating up to 72 guests at a time. The design of the interior space makes the space feel light and airy, and nothing like the feeling of being on a traditional airplane that's bound for the sky.