Haveli Restaurant is patterned after an Indian haveli, a residential mansion with a partially elevated second floor and an interior courtyard. The jharookha (balcony), which allows contact with passing merchants on the street, and the inner courtyard, which provides family privacy or community gathering, and traditional haveli structures dating back to the 9th century.
Haveli Retaurant’s uptairs suspended dining areas permit the patron to observe the entertainment below, wheather it’s dancing or the Indian cooking processes. The wooden gallery windows in these “hanging havelis” are jalis (screens), which allow the viewing enjoyment of reenacted Indian street activitie and decorations. The theatricality of Indian culture complements this country’s traditional food in an urban setting.
Haveli Retaurant serves fine cuisine spiced with the flavors of India’s Northern and Southern regions. One may savor the essence of India with various tastes and decorative elements inherent in Indian art and culture. Haveli combines architectural innovation with the ambiance of India to create a unique dining atmosphere.