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The recently inaugurated food court ?Traffik? at Wave East End Mall is a brand new experience in eating out for Lucknowites?awesome food and grand ambience!

india Updated: Dec 15, 2006 10:38 IST

The recently inaugurated food court ‘Traffik’ at Wave East End Mall is a brand new experience in eating out for Lucknowites—awesome food and grand ambience!

With a seating capacity of more than 350, the food court has eight wet and five dry counters.

“The interiors of the food court has been specially chosen to be the latest in contemporary design. Special colours have been used to give it a corporate identity. We are targeting family gatherings and offering a perfect ambiance for people of all age groups,” say promoters Sufiyan Siddiqui, Vikram Kapoor and Vikram Ahuja.

For the typical non-vegetarian lovers, counters have been given to ‘Tundey Kababi’ serving an array of Mughlai delicacies. Then, for the Lebanese food lovers there’s ‘Pita on Fire’, for Chinese cuisine afficionados there’s ‘Wok Xpress’, ‘Sehwag's Favourite’ serves pure vegetarian delecacies and ‘Subway’ offers sandwiches. There’s also ‘Twisty Tasty’, ‘Punjabi Grill’, ‘Dezzerts’ (for ice-creams) and ‘Street Foods of India’!

For kids, every weekend, tattoo artistes, balloon artistes will put up special performances along side the magic and puppet shows. For payments, there’s a single-billing point.

“While placing an order a bill will be issued in exchange of which, the customers can go pick the stuff at the counters. No counter will deal in cash,” say the organisers.

On the terrace ‘Chatora chat’ counter offers you pav bhaji, raj kachori, hot-sweets besides variety of chats. “Every thing is prepared in mineral water at our counter. We have also focused on packaging and dressing. Even the pani batasha is served packed in a tray with two flavours of ‘yummy’ water and matar for filling. We don’t offer standing services just to maintain cleanliness and hygiene,” says Rehan Kidwai.

“The city is known best for ‘Awadh Ki Shaam’ and terraces so, we have made it a point to provide Lucknowites an open area to give a traditional feel to our visitors,” says Dheeraj Sharma, manager (Operations), Wave.

First Published: Dec 15, 2006 10:38 IST