This cafe in Jaipur redefines the concept of theme-based cafe. The idea behind the cafe is very well thought and very wittily implemented. The name itself is smarty decided, it is S"CHOOL", with "S" being struck out. So basically they have tried to recreate the school classrooms but with a touch of wittiness. You enter the cafe through a real school bus, Yes !!! literally a real school bus. Then you reach the assembly which is beautifully decorated with lights, plants and unique tables with swings instead of chairs. On the side, you will find a stall of Dosa and behind it, you will find a "BACK TO SCHOOL" written on a classic blackboard. The cafe is mostly located on the first floor so you climb through the stairs and you find amazing doodles painted on both side of walls. You can see them in the pictures but some quick examples are " FLAMES", " Name place animal thing", "dekh teri wali jaa rahi hai" and much more. You can literally spend 10-20 minutes at the stairs looking at those doodles and thinking about your childhood. You enter the cafe and there are people waiting for you to wish you "Welcome to the CHOOL". The first place you will land in is Canteen, where you will find a beautiful and picturesque wall painting of " Feed your dreams" and beautiful two to three white and cute dining tables. Turn to the right and you will find the Science room, a working model of motors is hanged on one side of the wall, while on the other side there is a painting of a lady with chemicals and flasks. The ceiling of the science room is filled with a big poster of various elements of the periodic table. You leave the science room and you find a room filled with bags and school stuff. A timetable is written on the classic blackboard with white chalk, but instead of subjects, they have mentioned various food items. Here you will also find a large painting of various maths equation and a picturesque poster. After this, you enter the art room where you can find two big L shaped sofas diagonally placed amidst all the art hanging on the wall. You will also find various coloring books and chalk colors to fill in the pictures just like the good old days. At last, you enter the Library which is my favorite room, just because of the one couch carved out of the whole bookshelf. If you love to click pictures then seeing that thing, dopamine would release from your brain. The whole collection of books is amazing. They have literally hanged real books to the ceilings. I won't talk much about food because I didn't order much and I was so busy clicking pictures that I forgot that it was a cafe and not an art gallery. But still, the food I ordered was panipuri and dabeli bruschetta. Panipuri was normal, Dabeli was unique and tasty. This cafe is co-owned by three friends, and we were lucky to meet one of them. The staff is extremely loving, we were served by Aman Singh and he was amazing. I have missed many stuffs so go here as soon as possible. Don't dare to miss this place.