HT Image
HT Image

How this idea has changed Mumbai

Before Rajdhani, most Gujarati eateries in the city of Mumbai were nondescript, non-air-conditioned places - the kind where people sat on one side of a table and paid for every extra item they ordered.
Hindustan Times | By Tasneem Nashrulla
UPDATED ON JUL 08, 2008 10:43 PM IST

Before Rajdhani, most Gujarati eateries in the city of Mumbai were nondescript, non-air-conditioned places - the kind where people sat on one side of a table and paid for every extra item they ordered. Rajdhani gave Mumbaikars their first experience of what a lavish Gujarati meal tasted like. They were also the first thali joint to pre-plan a monthly menu, and follow it! Rajdhani can also be credited with pioneering the concept of food festivals.

SHARE THIS ARTICLE ON
Close
SHARE
Story Saved
OPEN APP