New Delhi [India], Mar. 23 (ANI): The Grand Venice, largest mall in Greater Noida and India's only mall built on the lines of Italian city of Venice, has recently launched its Ultimate Food Hub Terrazzo.
Terrazzo has opened doors to public with some of the most exotic restaurants and has a string of exciting events lined up. The Grand Venice food court is a complete lifestyle destination catering to the growing need for a combination of fun and fine dining experience under one roof.
The Grand Venice Food Court Terrazzo is Delhi - NCR's largest Food Court created on an area of 50,000 sqft. and seating capacity of 1300 pax, which has restaurants and outlets such as old Delhi chain Karim's, Moti Mahal, Dakshin Xpress, Long Noodles, Chicago Pizza, Ever Green Chaat Cafe, Grill Inn, Kulfiano and Bikgane Biryani. Upcoming outlets includes Rolls King, Thaliwada, China Wall amongst others.
Reinventing the concept of fine dining, Terrazzo at The Grand Venice offers you innumerable choices of cuisines, styles and ambiences for dining options with a holistic view towards food. The mall will have high-end restaurants, concept bars as well as cafes, bistros, coffee shops and food courts.
At the launch Satinder Singh Bhasin, Managing Director, The Grand Venice said, "We are excited to launch the largest food court in Delhi-NCR. We believe in indulging our customers with not only the best cuisine but also high quality service and aesthetically pleasing decor. We look forward to hosting entertaining and exciting events at the Terrazzo like Handicrafts village: A unique showcase of craftsmen & artisans from across India demonstrating their skills & culture, State Emporia. Foods of India Carts, kiosks and mini pavilions of traditional Indian delicacies from across the country, from the chaiwala to thupka, from dhoklas to dosas, meenmoily to malai curry and more, Rang Manch: Traditional folk dances, musicians and street theatre artists from across India will perform on regular intervals World Market From Tibetan tankhas to Balinese masks, from Italian leather ware to Turkish lace, find products from across the world, World Food Festival:Sample delicacies from visiting food stalls from across the world. The fun has only just begun at your favorite mall."
The Grand Venice is India's first Venetian theme based Mega Tourist Destination located in Delhi - NCR, that brings to life a perfect blend of Magic, Mystery, Romance with Architecture of Venice. Inspired by the malls based on 'European Concept' in Las Vegas and Macau, The Grand Venice Mall gives a distinctly Venetian feel to visitors and is spread across 3.2 million square feet.
Some of the most inviting features other than the Terrazzo food court are - replica of Leaning Tower of Pisa, attractive Gondola Boat Rides on water canals built inside the mall and musical fountain and light towers and Cinepolis Cinemas.
"The Grand Venice has been designed as per international standards. It introduces the unique concept of Venetian architecture. 'The Grand Venice' brings alive themagic of Venice in India, making it modern India's first mega Tourist destination," said Queency Bhasin, CEO, The Grand Venice.
Bhasin further added "The Grand Venice has something on offer for everybody! From toddlers to grandparents, we have entertainment options that span generations and bring people together. Hollywood and Bollywood themed events, world class performances and music, art,food festivals - we have all the aspects of culture covered. Expect a never ending series of horizon broadening events for your entertainment only. The Grand Venice will have a variety of events and promotions at any given day. Each week will see a different themed event at the mall. Lifestyle clubs, hi-tech games and a bowling alley ensure that adults have a plethora of leisure options. The Grand Venice will also be the hub of cultural events, brand promotions, product launches, movie screenings and live shows. The Grand Venice will have over 30 fine dining options, bars and food outlets for every taste spread over 200,000 square feet going forward." (ANI)