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An idyllic place for a romantic Valentine’s Dinner?

With Valentine’s Day almost upon us, we looked at a possible venue to consider for that romantic repast.

Maybe this is a bit too far to travel, but after all Valentine’s Day only happens once a year.

So why not consider THE LUCKY RESTAURANT in Ahmedabad, India?

Reportedly they do boast a particularly yummy choice of foods, but there is one somewhat unique but strange selling point.

The restaurant is built right on top of a burial ground and displays the graves inside and between tables and chairs.

In truth the owner, KRISHNAN KUTTI, didn’t know that the land he’d bought for his restaurant was actually a cemetery until he’d bought it. 

Nevertheless he did take precautions by erecting steel fencing around the graves to prevent diners actually touching them. 

Allegedly local folklore suggests that dining with the dead is ‘good luck’!

So there you have it!

Now being a Tuesday I was joined once more by Margaret Mills who took us on a trip to Horam Hall near Thaxted, which was once the home of a courtier to Elizabeth I and more recently a well known authoress.

Currently it’s also apparently the haunt of a dog!

If you missed what Margaret had to say about this house, you can listen again here: –

Hope to have your company once again next week,
Scott

 

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An idyllic place for a romantic Valentine’s Dinner?

With Valentine’s Day almost upon us, we looked at a possible venue to consider for that romantic repast.

Maybe this is a bit too far to travel, but after all Valentine’s Day only happens once a year.

So why not consider THE LUCKY RESTAURANT in Ahmedabad, India?

Reportedly they do boast a particularly yummy choice of foods, but there is one somewhat unique but strange selling point.

The restaurant is built right on top of a burial ground and displays the graves inside and between tables and chairs.

In truth the owner, KRISHNAN KUTTI, didn’t know that the land he’d bought for his restaurant was actually a cemetery until he’d bought it. 

Nevertheless he did take precautions by erecting steel fencing around the graves to prevent diners actually touching them. 

Allegedly local folklore suggests that dining with the dead is ‘good luck’!

So there you have it!

Now being a Tuesday I was joined once more by Margaret Mills who took us on a trip to Horam Hall near Thaxted, which was once the home of a courtier to Elizabeth I and more recently a well known authoress.

Currently it’s also apparently the haunt of a dog!

If you missed what Margaret had to say about this house, you can listen again here: –

Hope to have your company once again next week,
Scott

 

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An idyllic place for a romantic Valentine’s Dinner?

With Valentine’s Day almost upon us, we looked at a possible venue to consider for that romantic repast.

Maybe this is a bit too far to travel, but after all Valentine’s Day only happens once a year.

So why not consider THE LUCKY RESTAURANT in Ahmedabad, India?

Reportedly they do boast a particularly yummy choice of foods, but there is one somewhat unique but strange selling point.

The restaurant is built right on top of a burial ground and displays the graves inside and between tables and chairs.

In truth the owner, KRISHNAN KUTTI, didn’t know that the land he’d bought for his restaurant was actually a cemetery until he’d bought it. 

Nevertheless he did take precautions by erecting steel fencing around the graves to prevent diners actually touching them. 

Allegedly local folklore suggests that dining with the dead is ‘good luck’!

So there you have it!

Now being a Tuesday I was joined once more by Margaret Mills who took us on a trip to Horam Hall near Thaxted, which was once the home of a courtier to Elizabeth I and more recently a well known authoress.

Currently it’s also apparently the haunt of a dog!

If you missed what Margaret had to say about this house, you can listen again here: –

Hope to have your company once again next week,
Scott

 

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An idyllic place for a romantic Valentine’s Dinner?

With Valentine’s Day almost upon us, we looked at a possible venue to consider for that romantic repast.

Maybe this is a bit too far to travel, but after all Valentine’s Day only happens once a year.

So why not consider THE LUCKY RESTAURANT in Ahmedabad, India?

Reportedly they do boast a particularly yummy choice of foods, but there is one somewhat unique but strange selling point.

The restaurant is built right on top of a burial ground and displays the graves inside and between tables and chairs.

In truth the owner, KRISHNAN KUTTI, didn’t know that the land he’d bought for his restaurant was actually a cemetery until he’d bought it. 

Nevertheless he did take precautions by erecting steel fencing around the graves to prevent diners actually touching them. 

Allegedly local folklore suggests that dining with the dead is ‘good luck’!

So there you have it!

Now being a Tuesday I was joined once more by Margaret Mills who took us on a trip to Horam Hall near Thaxted, which was once the home of a courtier to Elizabeth I and more recently a well known authoress.

Currently it’s also apparently the haunt of a dog!

If you missed what Margaret had to say about this house, you can listen again here: –

Hope to have your company once again next week,
Scott

 

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