Hyderabad based Hello Curry joins hands with IRCTC for in train dining5 years ago Shalini B
It’s proving to be a great year end for the Indian Railways. It began with IRCTC taking a step forward to bring in food on wheels, by launching the e- catering services. As soon as this project was launched, IRCTC saw big and small food joints coming forwards to tie up for this project. From big giants like Dominos and KFC to small city local joints, various cities had numerous food catering restaurants that agreed to deliver food in the train.
While all cities had their local famous food outlets coming forward, Hyderabad was no less. On 21st November 2015, the Hyderabad famous, Hello Curry, the startup that revolutionised QSR segment for Indian food, joined hands with the Indian Railways with the motto of “providing wholesome healthy meals on the wheels.”
“With Hello Curry selling Biryanis and parathas with our array of curry pots in our award-winning packaging, passengers now have access to complete Indian meals on the train”, chips in Raju Bhupati, founder and CEO of Hello Curry.
You can easily place the order from this restaurant from the official website of IRCTC. The menu of Hello Curry shall be available to all passengers boarding various trains from Secundrabad station. Hello Curry aims to provide food delivery to cities including Delhi, Bengaluru, Vishakhapatnam and Pune in the near future.
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