The Launch of Flying Saucer was hosted by Zulfi Syed and Shaawar Ali and had celebrities like Randeep Hooda, Parth Samathan, Aarti Chabria, Dj Shiezwood, Dj Akbar Sami, Smita Gondkar, Khalid Siddiqui, Shantipriya, Hansa Singh, Prashant Virendra Sharma, Madhuri Pandey, Aziz Zee, Nivedita Basu, Aditya Singh Rajput, Rakesh Paul, Rajeev Paul, Azhar Morani, Ali Quili mirza, Swaraaj Kapoor, Dhrashti Dhami, Aditi Sharma, Ramji Gulati, Hemant Chadha, Champak Jain, Shomu Mitra, DJ Rohit Gida, Suved Lohia, Toshi Sharib, Roma Navani, Arshi Khan, Ramji Gulati, Biba Singh, Bob Brahmbhatt, Sabyasachi Sathpathy, Asif Bhamla Abhishek Chabria and many more.
1. Spearheaded by Priyank Sukhija & Navin Agarwal
2. Pocket-Friendly Bar with an out of the world experience
3. Global Cuisine
4. Different brands of liquor in all shapes and sizes at inexpensive rates and a specially curated menu to indulge in gastronomical delights
5. Two levels- Bar & lounge with a rooftop
6. Live Screenings of popular sporting games
7. Commercial music by renowned National & International Djs along with live music sessions
12th October 2019 in Mumbai- One of Delhi’s favorite bars, The Flying Saucer Cafe is all set to open its doors in Mumbai. Known for their live music and acoustic sessions, the cafe is a boon for all music lovers and foodies. The place will be ready to open doors to the public on Sunday, 13th October 2019.
For the party enthusiasts of Mumbai, “THE FLYING SAUCER CAFE” is the latest foray into the world of bars and lounges. The impeccable launch will see the very fashionable faces of Mumbai alongside some of the regular faces of the social circuit.
Priyank Sukhija & Navin Agarwal exclaim “We assure that The Flying Saucer Cafe will be your best bet when you need to unwind after a long week! We believe that while the place will leave a pleasant and long-lasting impression to all its visitors, it will also appeal to a broader canvas of customers.” Flying Saucer Cafe is here to provide you with an out of the world experience at a pocket-friendly price in your most happening suburb; Andheri Mumbai.
Food & Drinks – The place boasts of a brilliant bar & kitchen with an indulgent menu of different global cuisine delights such as Persian, Chinese, Mediterranean, Indian and American. The Flying Saucer Cafe serves deeply researched, mystical recipe secrets to creating progressive fascinating cuisines. The extensively explored twist makes The Flying Saucer Cafe boast the most strikingly rare menu ever designed, comprising of comprising of Whiskey Garlic Prawns, Cornflake Paneer Cigars, PaniPuri Chicken Tikka, Burrah Chop, Madras Curry Risotto, Liver Pate with Pao, Wok Fried Ice Cream and the Seafood Paella. Known for its pocket-friendly rates, the range of cocktails & mocktails has also been dug out from unexampled experiments between stately monarchical tastes & contemporary mixes to create exclusive drinks.
Ambiance – The place offers two different levels according to the mood of the guests- indoors and outdoors. The interiors are a fusion of class and an old school wooden feel, while a beautiful and cozy rooftop seating area adds to the rustic charm. Well-lit decor coupled with micro detailing and vintage vibes leads to the ultimate experience at The Flying Saucer Cafe. The state-of-the-art interiors and contemporary ambiance at the city’s newly opened lounge will play background to a luxury experience; equipped with audio, lighting and video systems, The Flying Saucer Cafe is serving the need for a true entertainment venue.
Hospitality- A warm welcome by the staff of The Flying Saucer Cafe gives the guests their first few moments of comfort while being committed to providing the consumers with the highest level of hospitality services. The bar & lounge aims to create a niche and set new benchmarks in quality, efficiency, and service.
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