Jan Ahaar Menu of Indian Railways | Cheap and Hygienic food at Hyderabad, Bangalore, New Delhi, Howrah Railway Stations

November 18th, 2009| News, Travel.

Jan Ahaar Food CourtsJan Ahaar Menu of Indian Railways, Get Cheap and Hygienic food at Hyderabad, Bangalore, New Delhi, Howrah Railway Stations
JAN AHAAR a new Restaurant in railway stations is starting shortly that too with reasonable rates where a common man can also happily have all the delicious dishes provided by Jan Ahaar. The prices are very low, whatever you want to eat you will be getting it for only a Minimum of Rs:10/- to a Maximum of Rs:35/- with 24 hours service. This is starting from 20th of November 2009 at Howrah Station. Later on it will start all over India.

This Restaurant is decorated with Green and yellow Colors having Yellow colored tables with Green chairs. Waiters are getting ready with colorful clothes having green and yellow combination to welcome the passengers and to serve the customers with smiling faces. Masala dosa(Rs-14/-), Rice with Fish Curry(Rs:35/-), Rice with chicken curry(rs:30/-)puriBhaji(Rs:10/), Fried Rice(Rs:19/-) will be ready to serve. Along with these items Egg Toast, Egg Pakora and Tea as well as Coffee will be available at reasonable rates.

The chairman for Passengers Service Committee Mr.Derec Obreen told us that a perfect plan is designed to provide a colorful environment for the customers. He also said that, the promise given to our Railway Minister Mamata benerjee will be fulfilled by Jan Ahaar and Railway Board has given the responsibilities to IRCTC. As we already have many food courts providing food but there are lot of complaints from customers that there is a lack in quality, as per the request of passengers to provide them a hygienic food railways have taken this project as a challenge.

After the Inauguration at Howrah, Jan Ahaar is starting in this month itself at Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai. It is also starting at 50 more cities along with New Delhi. The Menu will be in three languages English, Hindi and the regional language.