The Big Chill Cafe

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Big Chill Cafe
Restaurant information
Established 2000
Current owner(s) Aseem Grover and Fawzia Ahmed
Food type enterprise and café food[1]
City New Delhi
State Delhi
Country India
Other locations Kailash Colony, Khan Market
Other information 12:00 pm - 11:00 pm

The Big Chill Cafe is a chain of cafes located in New Delhi, the capital of India. The cafe is owned by Aseem Grover and Fawzia Ahmed. The cafe started out in 2000 with its first outlet in Kailash Colony, an area in South Delhi, with Italian cuisine and an ice-cream cafe. Presently, it has seven outlets, one in Kailash Colony market, the original East of Kaliash outlet was closed, three in Khan Market including the newly opened The Big Chill Cakery, one in DLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj, DLF Place, Saket and one in DLF Mall of India, Noida. It is great competition towards other restaurants and cafes. It is a widely known restaurant all over Delhi .[2][3]

The interior of the cafe has been designed to give a slightly retro look.[4] The walls are adorned with framed poster's of yesteryear's classics like Casablanca and Hitchcock's Psycho. The cafe attracts a fairly eclectic crowd. The cafe presently has a turnover of 14 million.[5]


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