Junkyard – quite a quirky name for a café! Offering a paradigm shift from the refined and modish food joints, Junkyard café by flaunts a bargain of colours with all that is raw and junk.
This café has been formulated by Umang Tewari the creative man behind some great concept bars in the City - The Vault Cafe, Raas, Fork You, Skooter etc. The Cafe is spread over 13,000 sq ft and stems inspiration from an actual junkyard.
Unlike the usual low lit joints, Junkyard cafe is all about high ceilings and open spaces. The huge terrace overlooking Connaught Place is just serene.
The first thing that strikes is the quirky interior. The sofas carved out of mother boards, Car bonnets, automobile parts assembled into a robo-like structure, a junk dinosaur and the list goes on.
The bar table mounted upon a line of barrels, pillars made up of drawers and tyres add just the right amount of energy to the ambience.
One part of the roof is made up entirely of bottles and the the beautiful interiors made of recycled items are balanced by the edgy wooden flooring.
The design brings out the grungy world of junk, which is contemporary and at the same time very exclusive. Right from the first of its kind interiors and art installations which are made using materials like tyres, barrels, parts of car and trucks, old radios, TVs, chipped board furniture, beer bottles, and old junky speakers gives The Junkyard Cafe, a junkyard look in every possible manner.