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Indian delight


IT STANDS urging every passers-by to have an inside taste of it. The inner view doesn't disappoint the customers. It presents itself as a small but very neat and tidy area with everything in its place.

Surprisingly in this restaurant at New Delhi's Gole Market area, there is hardly any seat left unoccupied at any given time. People seem to relish the flavour of the food wholeheartedly. They don't mind the limited space between the tables either. A pure vegetarian restaurant, Bangla Foods has Chinese and Continental items besides Indian food, thus giving the food lovers ample opportunity to pamper themselves. With prices ranging from Rs.4 to100, it makes it possible to accommodate people of all ages and all walks of life.

The menu contains a long list of Indian favourites from breakfast to dinner. On weekends, denizens can enjoy Gatta Sabzi, a popular Rajasthani dish besides other items. It also sells snacks, confectionery and sweets besides meals. Different desserts for diabetic patients are also available here, says Ram Kumar, Managing Director of the Bangla Foods.Kumar says its owner, Atma Ram, now 70-years-old, began his business selling traditional Bedami (Poori) with aloo subzi at Gole Market some 50 years ago. He opened Bangla Snack Parlour in 1991. And last year, "Bangla Foods" was launched. , Kumar says Atma Ram still supervises what is on offer at the restaurant on a daily basis. Besides the usual menu, the restaurant also has facilities to organise birthday parties, anniversaries etc. Bangla Foods also has some mocktails on offer.

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