After the repeal of Jammu and Kashmir's special status last month, a restaurant in Delhi is offering a Article 370-themed discount.
Reportedly, Ardor 2.1 in Connaught Place now serves its customers an 'Article 370 Thali' (United India Thali), which includes dishes from all over the country, including J&K.
If you can prove you are from J&K, it will also offer a Rs. 370 discount.
The 'Article 370 Thali' includes dishes from 24 different regions of the country, in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.
Under the vegetarian category, the Kashmiri delicacies offered are Kashmiri Pulao, Khameer ki Roti, Nadru ki Shami, Dum Aloo, and Kahwa.
The Kashmiri non-vegetarian alternatives offered in the thali include Kashmiri Pulao, Khameer ki Roti, Nadru ki Shami, with Rogan Josh and Kahwa.
According to International Business Times, the 'Article 370 Thali' will be served on a platter shaped like the Indian map.
The price of the vegetarian thali option is Rs. 2,370 (Rs. 2,736 with taxes) while the non-vegetarian variant will set you back by Rs. 2,669 (Rs. 3,083 with taxes).
It will be served for lunch (12-5 pm) and dinner (8 pm-12 am).
#UnitedIndiaThali A restaurant Ardor 2.1 in Connaught Place, New Delhi, is offering "Article 370 Thali".People from JK will get 370 Rs extra discount on this. Read more details in the pic. pic.twitter.com/Tpgw1GOGex— Jammu-Kashmir Now (@JammuKashmirNow) September 5, 2019
#UnitedIndiaThali A restaurant Ardor 2.1 in Connaught Place, New Delhi, is offering "Article 370 Thali".People from JK will get 370 Rs extra discount on this. Read more details in the pic. pic.twitter.com/Tpgw1GOGex
Ardor 2.1 has been including off-beat options on its menu based on the political climate.
The 'United India Thali' was first introduced when Prime Minister Narendra Modi returned for a second term in the 2019 general elections.
Meanwhile, after the Balakot airstrikes, Ardor 2.1 had introduced a 56" Modiji Thali, and offered a 50% discount exclusively for the Armed Forces of India.
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