NITN | @notintownlive | 11 Aug 2022, 07:26 am
Bengaluru: The city’s train-themed restaurant Platform 65 has curated a menu consisting of 75 special dishes to mark India’s 75th Independence Day.
Spread over 6000 square feet, the restaurant has tables with mini railway tracks, with each table named after a station , such as Ahmedabad, Trivandrum, Kanpur, etc.
The food at Platform 65 is carried by miniature trains straight from the restaurant’s kitchen to the table.
The multi-cuisine restaurant serves North Indian, Andhra and Telangana cuisines, and Chinese.
This special Independence Day menu will be available for a month starting from August 11.
The restaurant is offering a 15 per cent discount on all items on the main menu to military personnel and their families to mark the occasion.
Sadgun Patha, managing director and co-founder of Platform 65, said the dishes will be made in the likeness of the Indian Tricolou
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