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Offbeat A restaurant in India that was built atop a cemetery has tables set up around coffins

06:01  21 october  2019
06:01  21 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Talk about a grave ambience. 

Diners at New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmedabad, India, literally eat their meals at tables scattered among coffins.

Owner Krishnan Kutti had bought land for his restaurant before realizing that it was a former cemetery. Undeterred, he decided to simply build his restaurant anyway, setting up tables around the coffins. Twelve of them dot the restaurant, and are believed to be remnants of an old Muslim cemetery.

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When New Lucky Restaurant in Ahmedabad, India , discovered the land it purchased was a cemetery , it simply set up its tables around the graves. Diners at a restaurant in India that was built on top of a cemetery eat their meals sitting at tables scattered between 12 coffins .

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According to Atlas Obscura, Kutti believes that eating among the dead is good luck, hence the name of the establishment. Whether that's true or not, the restaurant has been a popular local spot for over five decades. 

The coffins are separated from diners by white metal fences and are cleaned and adorned with fresh flowers daily.

The restaurant serves everything from coffee, juice, and sandwiches, to soups, curries, fried rice, and noodles. 

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