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Cafe Delhi Heights: The Cafe with Beautiful Interiors and Unparalleled Taste

A balance of peppiness and amazing tastes

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Cafe Delhi Heights is synonymous with innovative dishes, great food, and bringing global cuisine. IANS


A cafe known for its hearty portions and an unparalleled taste, with interiors of rustic ambience and beautiful lamps that offers a quirky, bold, bright vibe.

Cafe Delhi Heights and Gourmet Passport, F&B loyalty application and community recently Introduced its exciting look and alluring newly curated menu which is a take on cultural infusions, global delicacies and Indian signatures.

The Miso broth with noodles, a colourful meal bowl with Asian flavours depicting health and taste with subtle yet sensational flavours stacked in broccoli, mushrooms, bok choy and more. Fresh off the freshest Tilapia fish is a popular one that will be served whole with choice of sauce in the new menu. Tandoori mushrooms marinated, charred and seasoned to perfection and a Lebanese signature Olive hummus and falafel pita wrap is another exciting plate with signature hummus and soft and tasty falafel kebabs are few from the new menu.

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Cafe Delhi Heights was incepted at a time when the capital was not exposed to the cafe culture. IANS

During an exclusive preview of appetizing new menu Vikrant Batra, founder, Cafe Delhi Heights said, “Cafe Delhi Heights was incepted at a time when the capital was not exposed to the cafe culture. But, we had a clear vision of taking Indian gastronomy and the cafevibe to as many Indian cities as possible.

“The idea of coming together with Gourmet passport is not only to bring Cafe Delhi Heights to the forefront in Delhi NCR but to create a buzz and set benchmarks for other cities that are in our mind for expansion. Keeping in mind our outlets in Pune, Mumbai & Chandigarh; this Pan India event with Gourmet Passport & Rocky Mohan, India’s only platform to offer the most unique and sensational experience to its customers would definitely open new expectations, options and opportunities for us in the near future.”

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Cafe Delhi Heights has upgraded its menu. Pixabay

“The Gourmet Passport and Cafe Delhi Heights partnership goes back a long way and has stood the test of time. We are proud to associate with this glorious brand that has redefined the cafe culture in Delhi and beyond. Cafe Delhi Heights has yet again displayed their unwavering support for Gourmet Passport by partnering with us for this unique initiative, wherein together we’ll unveil the new menu through a string of simultaneous events across 16 of their most prominent outlets, across the country.

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Cafe Delhi Heights is synonymous with innovative dishes, great food, and bringing global cuisine on a platter to us – everything that Gourmet Passport endorses and supports.” added Rocky Mohan, founder, Gourmet Passport. (IANS)

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Sufferings of The Migrant Workers Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

No Food: Quarantined workers complain

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Migrant workers have complained that as they are quarantined, they are suffering a lot. Pixabay

Thousands of migrant labourers are now locked up in over 3,000 quarantine centers in various districts. However, according to reports, arrangements for food and social distancing are inadequate in these centres.

In Banda district alone, more than 2,500 migrant workers have been quarantined in 12 of these shelters in the district.

Though Chief Secretary R.K. Tiwari claims that all arrangements have been made for medical screenings, food and stay of these quarantined workers, the truth is far removed.

In Muzaffarnagar, where over 1,000 workers have been quarantined in a shelter in BIT, one worker uploaded a video clip on the social media exposing the real state of affairs.

In the video, the man is saying that they were brought to the quarantine centre on Monday night and they were provided only about four food packets.

Migrant workers, labourers stuck at Delhi/Uttar Pradesh border near Anand Vihar
Migrant workers, labourers stuck at Delhi/Uttar Pradesh border near Anand Vihar. IANS

“The rest of us went without food. We were promised that food would be given but till late evening on Tuesday, no food was provided.

“Tea is selling outside the center at Rs 10 per cup and most of us do not have enough money. We are being treated like criminals when we are just workers displaced by our fate,” he said.

The worker also claimed that they did not have toilet facilities and were made to sit on the grass.

The district magistrate of Muzaffarnagar remained unavailable on phone and a junior district official said that arrangements were being made for those quarantined by them. He feigned complete ignorance about the workers at BIT.

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The lockdown was firmed up from Monday evening when the Centre asked the state governments to stop intercity and inter-district movement.

A government spokesman, when contacted, said: “We are doing our best but we also face limitations due to lockdown. Our first concern is to screen the workers for coronavirus and ensure that they stay where they are.” (IANS)