In the post-COVID era, dining out has become a lavish affair. Restaurants and eateries are trying their best to entice customers with new and innovative things to look forward to. Recently, a Dubai restaurant came up with a Vada Pav made with 24-karat gold. The glitzy treat soon grabbed eyeballs on the internet and the restaurant got plenty of attention. And now, Twitter users came across another unique restaurant that is serving food on a toy train! The video was shared on the micro-blogging platform by industrialist Harsh Goenka. Take a look:
The video has received over 32.3k views and thousands of likes and comments. "If you are missing train travel, here's a unique restaurant in Hyderabad," wrote Harsh Goenka in the caption. In the 39-second clip, we could see a toy train approaching a restaurant's seating area from the kitchen. The various compartments of the train were loaded with bread, gravies, and papad. The train made its way straight to the diners without the need for any human intervention.
Twitter users were quick to point out that this toy train concept wasn't unique to Hyderabad. In fact, this toy train restaurant could be found in many Indian cities including Surat, Indore, and Ahmedabad. Several others expressed their desire to try out this unique and innovative concept. A few users also said that this mode of dining made sense in the post-COVID era, so that food could be delivered without the requirement of a server.
Take a look at the reactions:
This is awesome ????????— Manmeet (@manmeet_n) September 14, 2021
It is so fast that people may miss their favourite dish. Better to choose the end station.— Berlin (@BerlinVarghese2) September 14, 2021
Innovative contactless delivery. Awesome.— Sanjeev Kumar (@sanjeevkumar_VG) September 14, 2021
Customer: waiter, where's my Roti tokri?
Waiter: sorry Ji, got left behind at Bhusaval junction— N C (@tweets_nc) September 14, 2021
We have one at Ahmedabad .. Name : Kabooz— OptionTrader (@optiontrader333) September 14, 2021
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