From Kejri curry to Aap-ka-pasta, eateries raise a toast
From Kejri curry to Aap-ka-pasta, city eateries are all out to raise a toast to AAP's win.health and fitness Updated: Feb 11, 2015 08:28 IST
From drinks and food platters dedicated to the common man to discounts for guests flaunting the jhaadu-print and a special diabetics' menu keeping Aam Aadmi Party leader (AAP) Arvind Kejriwal's medical condition in mind, restaurants in the Capital have gone all out to ­celebrate AAP's landslide victory in the Delhi Assembly ­election.
Schengen in Malcha Marg, The Liquor Warehouse in Gurgaon, Kinbuck 2 in Connaught Place, Fork You and Storm Bar & Grill have all introduced ­special dishes with the prefix, AAP.
From fruity mocktails to desi platters, the ‘aam aadmi’ is spoilt for choice after the AAP win (Photo: Sushil Kumar/HT)
From Aap Chicken Chettinad and Political bhel to Kejri curry, it's AAP on the plate all the way.
"It's our way of celebrating AAP's comprehensive victory," says ­restaurateur Rohit Sharma. Vault Cafe in central Delhi, on the other hand, is ­offering the common man's pet picks.
On the menu are Aap-ki-dal makhani, Aap-ka-pasta and Aap-ke-noodles. In fact, keeping in mind the chief minister-in-waiting's fondness for Chinese food, Lockup - The Restaurant has introduced a buy-one-get-one offer on Chinese cuisine. At World Pizza Journey in Hauz Khas village, customised pizzas are being offered.
"It's an 'aap' pizza so it will have 'aap ki choice' ki ­toppings," says owner Aby Mathur.
Many eateries including Cafe Delhi Heights, Terminus 1 and Townhouse are also giving discounts on food bills to customers sporting AAP merchandise - Tees, caps et al.
"We are offering upto 15% discount on the bill to customers wearing T-shirts with AAP one-liners, Mr Kejriwal's photo or broom symbols. At Townhouse in CP and Flying Saucer in Nehru Place, we are also serving a free dessert called Aap ki Dilli," says ­restaurant chain owner Priyank Sukhija.
Sufiaana in Rajouri Garden also has a similar offer on free cakes. Shraman at The Ashok steals the show with a special diabetic menu.
"Kejriwal-ji is diabetic, so we created a new menu as per his health requirements," says chef Deepak of the restaurant.