INDIA. Journey Meals Companies (TFS) has opened a fifth Raildhaba eatery in India, at Agra Cantt railway station. The station serves the town of Agra, house to the Taj Mahal, India’s most well-known vacationer attraction.
The meals courtroom, open 24/7, consists of one takeaway counter.
The Raildhaba at Agra Cantt presents a spread of native, nationwide and worldwide meals from manufacturers akin to KFC, Idli.com, Curry Kitchen and Chatwala. It additionally presents a collection of snacks, tea, espresso and chilly drinks.
Different Raildhaba areas are at Pune, Vizag, Madurai and Vijaywada railway stations.
Journey Meals Companies COO Gaurav Dewan mentioned: “Agra Cantt marks the fifth Raildhaba outlet by Journey Meals Companies within the nation, and is an extension of our dedication in direction of reworking the expertise for travellers.
“Hygiene and high quality of meals have at all times been a priority at railway stations with restricted choices and lots of travellers opting to hold their very own meals. The Raildhaba was launched to offer travellers with selection and assist break this stereotype.”
Dewan continued: “Agra Cantt is a significant railway station in India and is bustling with individuals across the clock. We’re pleased to convey our Raildhaba to Agra and alter the way in which meals and journey are perceived collectively, as the 2 at all times go hand in hand.”
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