Men set up makeshift restaurant, serve food in Mumbai local trains, internet reacts
Mumbai local trains are rightly called the heart of the city. Hundreds of people use the trains daily to reach their offices and even as tourists. Although snacks are available on most platforms, passengers may sometimes crave hot and delicious food during long journeys. With the same idea in mind, two men set up a makeshift restaurant on the trains. This innovation gathered a lot of reactions online.
Through their Instagram handles, Aryan Kataria and Sarthak Sachdeva offered snippets of their experiences with locals in Mumbai. They discuss the painstaking preparation that went into it, including making and sending out invitations. The video shows a message with contact information, date, time and location for the “grand opening” of “Tasty Ticket,” which offers free meals to all customers.
The duo dressed up as restaurant waiters on the first day. In a local train compartment, they set up a small folding table and covered it with white cloth. They then served two passengers jalebi with oregano and Maggi with ketchup. They brought out the dessert and jokingly asked if they could run a five-star restaurant to get them talking more. Customers responded positively and it brought a smile to everyone’s face. They got a few more customers and some people also caught their unique experience.
“Where are we going to open our next restaurant,” reads the video’s caption. Since it was shared, the video has received one million views and 97,000 likes.
“Do this on a Monday at 8 am at Dadar station,” said one user.
“Peak hrs me karke dikhao,” another user added.
“I love the content you both make,” one person said.
Another added: “Legend duo are back.”
“I wanted to book, the five star cuisine I just saw seems too tempting,” said one person.
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