Vishal Anand partners with Anahita Dhondy for new experiential gourmet diner ‘Glasshouse’

Glasshouse is a 150 seater restaurant inspired by a Greenhouse, located on the top floor with abstract glass enfolding the space from all sides.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
Moonshine Food Ventures

After the successful opening of three restaurants in Gurugram, restaurateur Vishal Anand is all set to bring in another exciting experiential restaurant ‘Glasshouse’.

Moonshine Food Ventures (MFVL) that own brands like Saga, Café StayWoke has now partnered with one of the leading female chefs in India, Anahita Dhondy as the brand chef for their upcoming restaurant at newly opened Worldmark in Gurugram.

“We intend to create a strong portfolio of experiential and iconic restaurants with a mix of diverse and landmark concepts. Steady growth is what I truly believe in and would want MFVL to be recognized as one of the key organizations committed to bring in the best of places to have a wholesome dining experience” shared Anand.

Glasshouse is a 150 seater restaurant inspired by a Greenhouse, located on the top floor with abstract glass enfolding the space from all sides.

MFVL is known for bringing passion to the platter with their modern twist and newness to each brand.

An alumini of Institute of Hotel Management Auragabad (IHM-A) and Le Cordon Bleu; Chef Anahita is well-known for her traditional Parsi food curation which was loved by everyone, promoting the rich cuisine of India’s Zoroastrian community.

“I have always been inclined towards sustainable and transparent food practices. With Vishal’s future facing approach to the culinary world I am overjoyed to be able to join the journey of glasshouse to bring to our guests our version of global cuisines,” added Dhondy.

Moonshine Food Ventures is the only F&B Company which has acquired and opened three restaurants in Gurugram city despite the pandemic crisis.

MFVL has brands like Saga, Café Staywoke, Farzi Café Aerocity, PaPaYa Gurgaon.

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