Commuters by railway have always complained of not getting good food enroute their journey in the train. But there is some good news for travellers from Belgaum/Belagavi or going via Belgaum/Belagavi, as Hotel Niyaaz has opened its 24/7 Niyaaz food plaza at the railway station.
The food plaza will serve both Veg and non veg cuisines including Veg breakfast.
Order for food can be given to the attendants in the railway as well or one can call 9900034427 / 08312400132 on platform no.1 for delivery according to your arrival of the train.
There are two separate Veg and Non Veg Sections.
Kebabs, Chinese, biryani would be served round the clock and even one can take away, so if you are just there to see of someone you could take away your favorite meal while going home.
Speaking to AAB, Soudagar of Niyaaz group said “We are known for cleanliness, good food and we vouch to deliver the same here as well. It is a great opportunity to team up with the Indian Railways and serve the nation by feeding them.”
Breakfast menu: Idli, Puri Bhaji, Bread Omlet, Dosa etc.
Lunch/Dinner: Kebabs, Chinese, biryani
Contact: 9900034427 / 08312400132
4 thoughts on “Hotel Niyaaz opens food plaza at Belagavi railway station”
ITS MORE NON VEG INCLINED. A PURE VEGETARIAN WOULD NOT PRFER TO EAT VEG IN THIS TYPE OF VEG & NON VEG HOTEL. THE ROUND THE CLOCK KEBABS & CHINESE IS AGAIN NON VEG WHICH NO VEG PERSON WILL EAT.
Its a very good beginning but rightly observed by Mr.Naik it should have a separate Veg.saction as commuters have no choice while buying from pantry.
One step towards SMART CITY.
They look different sections or two separate shops and I don’t think they share the same kitchen as well. Moreover, it is a railway station, one has to cater to all kinds of passengers, else your business volume will gets restricted. Quality is important, if that is met, then why bother. Simply enjoy the food and satisfy your hunger. Great move to bring in some quality and healthy food for the hungry passenger. Going forward, one may witness KFC, McDonalds, Subway, Pizza Hut, etc., have their stalls coming up. A good move in bringing rail transportation at par with international standards. Still a long way to go. Cleanliness of the platforms, and coaches is a major issue, which the railways should concentrate on.
Agree with Naik comments VEG and NON VEG should have different sections.