The building has been transformed from a pre-Independence trading hub into a family residence and now a captivating rooftop lounge. The 16 rooms residence has retained much of its original character sans a few walls to create more spacious and functional areas. The walls of Paro have been meticulously crafted using indigenous lime plaster by Saddam Hussain, the great-grandson of the original master craftsman who worked on the walls of the Hawa Mahal. The lower level of the building adopts a monochromatic colour scheme, lending the place a subdued ambience that exudes sophistication. The island-style bar design enhances the social experience, fostering a sense of camaraderie and connection among visitors. Paro features plush upholstery, swaying chandeliers and live music; it has a high-energy vibe complemented by a captivating view of the city.
The cocktails pay tribute to Indian flavours
Immersing themselves in the diversity of Indian cuisines, the cocktails here are rooted in local flavours. Shehar, the rose-infused gin, pays homage to the blushing hues that define the cityscape. Ratnagiri Rhapsody, on the other hand, unveils a captivating blend of cumin and kokum; the Garam Masala is a masterful fusion of whiskey, cumin, cinnamon and ginger.
The food goes back to the basics but with a twist
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