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Food and fun for hard-working students... .

IF YOU have scored good marks in your examinations, get ready to get heavy discounts on the delicious mouth-watering dishes at Village Bistro in South Delhi. The Village Bistro located at Hauz Khas village, a medieval place of learning surrounded by lush greenery, welcomes those who worked hard throughout the year to reach their goal. After all, everybody deserves a treat at the end of a long, hard year spent in pouring over thick books. So, here is a chance to enjoy life after spending a year of self-discipline.

That is not all. You can also treat your family either with lunch or dinner as you can get a discount of 25 per cent on the overall bill if your percentage of marks is between 75 per cent plus or it is A Grade. Similarly with a B Grade or 60 to 70 per cent you get a discount of 20 per cent on the overall bill and C Grade, that is,, 33-59 per cent will get 15 per cent discount. The scheme is open in all its restaurants till May 14. The promotion will reward the students till IX standard who walk in any of the five speciality restaurants -- Top of the Village, Kowloon, Khas Bagh, and Le Café and Village Mohalla -- any time of the day with their report cards. So carry your report cards along at the Bistro and earn reward for your performance.

The discount scheme is valid on the entire list of menu including vegetarian, non-vegetarian, Chinese, continental, Tawa and Indian cuisine. The chefs at the Village Bistro have worked extensively on the menu to make it palatable in the summers with adequate species and seasoning.

The youngsters can also enjoy live performances by Rajasthani folk dancers and a fiddler at most of the restaurants and love ghazals at Khas Bagh. The music promises to keep the guests in an enraptured frame of mind while enjoying the delicious cuisine and the natural ambience around the restaurants.

So what are you waiting for? Get your brightest of friends to take you to Bistro and eat as much as you can on discounted rates. And, yes, next year too work hard. After all success is sweet only for those who shed sweat.

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