New Delhi: It was some sort of special celebration of Children’s Day for Nukkadwala – India’s newest chain of QSR (Quick service restaurants) of Vatika Group at its first branch in New Delhi at PVR Anupam Complex in Saket here on Monday.
More than 25 underprivileged kids – with age group of 5 to 11 years, associated with Aarohan, a local NGO, enjoyed the lunch – comprising starters, main course and deserts. They were also given some food hampers there. Later, the children and their coordinators had also interacted with the customers for fund raising interactions and activities. It was highly appreciated by the local residents and customers.
Nukkadwala represents India’s newest chain of QSR (Quick service restaurant) smart and stylish restaurants, for the value conscious. And, their inspiration is the more than five million street vendors across India, who peddles for tasty morsels every day to ensure that Indians eat their way through the streets of the country. Indian cuisine is widely accepted as one of the most broad-ranging and interesting cuisines worldwide and regional diversity manifests and is visible in the spread and strength of regional cuisines.