Sneak Peek into Priyanka Chopra’s new NYC restaurant Sona, the interiors, menu and more

Priyanka Chopra opens a new restaurant, Sona in NYC

After becoming a successful actress and producer, Desi Girl, Priyanka Chopra has now ventured in another business, which is restaurant. The gorgeous lady has collaborated with David Rabin (The Lambs Club, Skylark, Café Clover) and entrepreneur Maneesh Goyal for her new restaurant in NYC and named it Sona. Announcing this news on Instagram, PeeCee wrote on Instagram, “Sona is the very embodiment of timeless India and the flavours I grew up with.” While we are sure that the food served here will be lip-smacking, we share some of the beautiful inside pics of this extravagant restaurant. So, let’s check them out…

The inside view

The inside view

Melissa Bowers, who designed interiors of the restaurant, shared a beautiful of the inside view and wrote, New always inspired by old – New Palace – Morvi #artdeco #indodeco #india #dreamprojects #visualstimulation #farrowandball – arsenic.

Art installations

Art installations

She also shared a pic of a golden lamp hanging on the wall giving a classy vibe and wrote, Patience is a virtue – So much love and immense gratitude to be working on a project so dear to my heart – stay in the light and appreciate the ones that accompany you in it. There’s no better client/family that I could have wished for – thank you @priyankachopra @maneeshkgoyal @harinayak @davidrabin8 @sonanewyork Sona opening soon xx.

The interior

The interior

The restaurant reminds us of Indian hotels in term of seating arrangements. It has a wooden flooring, which looks beautiful.

Kitchen with modern amenities

Kitchen with modern amenities

The kitchen looks super cool and is equipped with all modern amenities

Delicious menu

Delicious menu

The menu of Priyanka Chopra includes some traditional Indian meals like Naan/Kulcha, Appams, Coconut based food, Kofta Korma and more.

Source – bollywoodlife

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