Muffins and donuts for breakfast, a piping-hot lunch from an upmarket restaurant in Allahabad and a five-star dinner from a hotel in Kanpur – that’s how the Delhi-Varanasi Train 18, to be launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on February 15, plans to tickle the taste buds of passengers.
The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has decided to outsource catering operations for the train, alternatively called the Vande Bharat Express and set to run at 160 kmph, in an effort to improve the quality of food served to passengers.
“We have tied up with a hotel in Kanpur and dinner will be loaded there. Dinner will be served from Kanpur onwards for passengers coming from Varanasi and going to New Delhi. Read More
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