Now, at Mumbai Airport, you can relish South Indian delicacies at 'Grand Annapoorna'
The purely vegetarian restaurant, Grand Annapoorna, opened this week, is available to passengers flying via CSMIA’s Terminal 2 at the international departures.
South Indian delicacies hold a special place in our hearts and stomach, therefore, next time if you depart from Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), managed by GVK Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL), you must pay a visit to the newly launched South Indian restaurant – Grand Annapoorna. The new restaurant at CSMIA offers versatility in delicacies, and will go a long way in familiarising global citizens to local food from South India. The passengers will not only be able to enjoy mouth-watering food but will also be able to enjoy the meal with a great view due to its proximity to India’s largest art initiative – the Jaya He Museum.
The purely vegetarian restaurant, Grand Annapoorna, opened this week, is available to passengers flying via CSMIA’s Terminal 2 at the international departures, said a GVK MIAL statement. With this new addition under its name, MIAL further expands its food offerings at the airport. Spread across a massive 21,000 sq. mts. the F&B and retail area at CSMIA is brimming with new and exclusive brands and outlets.
With this newest food offering, CSMIA through Grand Annapoorna brings unique flavours, tangy twist, sweet infusions and a plethora of food choices at the airport, bringing the essence of South India to the passengers at MIAL. The passengers can enjoy South Indian vegetarian cuisine on the traditional banana leaf and satisfy their taste buds by eating in the authentic South Indian tradition or can opt for modern cutlery tradition of having food.
Providing an experience to the passengers and emphasizing on the need to offer quality services to every patron flying via CSMIA, the new fine dining restaurant’s USP includes its spices that are homemade and locally sourced from South India – allowing passengers to experience scrumptious South Indian cuisine here in Mumbai. Thus supporting the local cottage industry in the South by introducing and sustaining the local offerings for the passengers at CSMIA.
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According to the GVK MIAL, the idea behind curating and introducing a new fine dining restaurant at CSMIA is to familiarize and amalgamate various cultures in its best form and to give the passengers a feel of mini-India under a single roof.