Cricketer Virat Kohli is a big-time foodie and the world knows it. On several occasions, the cricketer has shared his love for food and especially ‘Chole Bhature’. It should not come as a surprise, that he owns a chain of restaurants named One8 Commune.
The restaurant offers a wide range of options for Indian palette, right from North Indian, Italian, and Asian to Continental. There are multiple outlets of One8 Commune in cities like Delhi, Kolkata, Pune and Mumbai.
But, there’s good news for all in Gurugram, as the cricketer has just opened One8 Commune’s 7th outlet in Gurugram. It is located at the M3M International Financial Centre. Top architectural firm Studio Renesa has designed this new outlet. The colour theme of this new outlet includes the gentle hues of mauve, pink, lavender and rose gold.
Interestingly, Virat Kohli is not the only Indian cricketer who is in the hospitality business. From Suresh Raina to Kapil Dev, here are the other four top Indian cricketers who own restaurants.
Suresh Raina: This former Indian cricketer owns Raina Indian Restaurant in Amsterdam. It is an exquisite culinary venture. This restaurant aims to bring the best of Indian flavours from different regions to the world.
Ravindra Jadeja: This Indian all-rounder, entered the hospitality business even before joining the Indian cricket team. On December 12, 2012, Jadeja opened Jaddu’s Food Field. The restaurant is in Rajkot, Gujarat.
Zaheer Khan: This successful former Indian cricketer, entered the hospitality business in the year 2005. He opened his first restaurant ‘Zaheer Khan’s Dine Fine. in Pune in 2005. Expanding his restaurant business further, Zaheer opened ‘Toss Sports Lounge’ also located in Pune in 2013.
Kapil Dev: This legendary cricketer owns a restaurant in Patna. He named the restaurant Elevens, expressing his love for cricket in the culinary world. The restaurant also has bar and lounge facilities.