Old World Hospitality Pvt. Ltd. (OWH) operates a Convention and Performing Arts Centre: Habitat World at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi ; 2 Hotels: Hotel Broadway & The Manor, New Delhi; a Catering Company: Events Etc; over 40 restaurants including Chor Bizarre, Indian Accent, Eatopia, Oriental Octopus, Drift, The All American Diner and Tikka Town.
O.W.H. operates the hospitality and performing arts facility known as ‘Habitat World’ at India Habitat Centre. Located in the heart of the city, Habitat World boasts the country’s most comprehensive Convention Centre with 20 function rooms,7 open areas, 4 performance venues, 6 restaurants, a members’ club with 58 guest rooms and a fitness centre. Habitat World serves over 5000 meals daily, hosts over 6000 conferences and banquets each year and organizes over 1000 live cultural events annually making it India’s largest foodservice and entertainment destination.
O.W.H. leased The Manor, New Delhi in 2008 – till then an Aman Resort. The Manor has been rated as The Best Boutique Hotel in India by Outlook Traveller Awards 2016 and as 10 of the best hotels in India (The Guardian, UK). Its restaurant Indian Accent has won numerous awards and honours from diners & critics world over including the ‘S. Pellegrino Best Restaurant in India’ by Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2016 for the second consecutive year and the only restaurant in India to feature in the World’s 50 Best Restaurants 2015. It has also been awarded the best restaurant in india (time out food awards, india & varli culinary awards, new york), amongst the top 2 restaurants in india at the asia’s 50 best restaurants 2014, amongst 101 best places to eat in the world (newsweek foodie awards), best modern indian restaurant (times food and nightlife awards 2013) and has also been voted amongst the top 100 restaurants worldwide (foodie top 100). After the success of Indian Accent at The Manor, New Delhi, O.W.H announced the opening of Indian Accent in New York. The inventive Indian restaurant has recently opened at Le Parker Meridien, New York. Zehen, the Centre for Wellbeing at The Manor opened in late 2013, and has scooped up awards in its first year too. It received the Most Luxurious Spa by GeoSpa asiaSpa India Awards 2016 and Best Day Spa by Indian Salon and Wellness Awards 2016.
Events Etc., the Catering and Entertainment division of O.W.H. is considered the most premium service of its kind in New Delhi with a team of talented chefs and managers. In addition, Indian Accent At Home provides cutting edge sit down dinners to Delhi’s most discerning diners.
The O.W.H Management Consultancy Services Division has carried out several assignments for blue chip companies in India and overseas. This division, in addition to being the foremost Food & Beverage Consultancy of its kind, prides itself as probably the only one with experience in planning and executing Clubs and Convention Centres.
Old World Academy is the educational arm of the group that organises continuing educational courses and workshops and has tied up in the past with the School of Hotel Administration, Cornell University and the Tisch School for Arts, N.Y.U. – two world leaders in O.W.H’s fields of hospitality and entertainment.
Old World Experiences bring together the best of heritage, history, cuisine and entertainment to form a unique itineraries and experience.
The credo of the company is to provide a memorable experience in each guest interaction.
Old World Hospitality operates 21 restaurants in the N.C.R. and still the most popular food court (Eatopia) with 5 counters. Its Q.S.R foray has continued with the launch of Indian quick service restaurant counters (Tikka Town).
In addition, Oriental Octopus, The All American Diner, Delhi ‘O’ Delhi, Past Times, The Deck, Drift and Indian Accent have all carved out their special niches. Operating different restaurant concepts and straddling every concept, cuisine and wallet with equal panache is O.W.H.’s forte. With over 700 employees in the N.C.R., Old World Hospitality takes immense pride in its people and its unique training programme. Its management depth is further proven through the successful operation of its award winning restaurant in the food capital of the world – London.
The first London branch of an Indian restaurant, ‘Chor Bizarre’, commenced operations on Albemarle Street, Mayfair in 1997 and since then has won several accolades.
Through a franchise relationship with Bona Sera Hospitality, Old World Hospitality restaurants have now franchised some of its renowned brands to Waterfront Shaw in Lavasa – a 25000 acre hill station near Pune. Chor Bizarre, The All American Diner, Oriental Octopus , Past Times, Granma’s Homemade, PizzaVala, Tabakh, Chaat Waat, The Deck, Orient 8 & Tikka Town Express.