Chrome Asia Hospitality unveils Lyla, expands footprints in concept dining

Chrome Asia Hospitality unveiled concept restaurant Lyla followed by the success of similar venture Gigi in Mumbai recently. Spread over a massive 4,500 sq ft., Lyla makes for a chic casual dining spot, transitioning effortlessly into a cocktail bar by evening. Drawing inspiration from the vibrancy of Central America with a California soul, the space features an amalgamation of native Indian, Afro-Latin, and Spanish design accents, fused with plenty of natural materials and vivid pops of colour.
Talking about Chrome’s latest Mexican-Californian hotspot, Pawan Shahri, Founder, Chrome Asia Hospitality, said, “We’re thrilled to launch another F&B concept in BKC. It’s a neighbourhood we know well and have a lot of experience in. Lyla has been a passion project for us all, and we can’t wait for guests to savour delicious Mexican food and cocktails in a vibrant atmosphere, plugging the gap for a signature all-day bar in the area. With this, we have just taken the next step in our journey with concept restaurants, and we look forward to unveiling more in the coming months.”
With Lyla and Gigi, Chrome Asia Hospitality takes another step towards its vision of dominating the concept restaurant segment and opening 12 outlets by 2025. After launching some of the most sought-after dining destinations in Mumbai, Chrome Asia Hospitality has reported a profitable journey so far, showing valuable growth of 3X. Growing strength to strength, Chrome Hospitality also plans to focus and emphasise establishing new benchmarks in the hospitality space.

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