Karnataka has permitted restaurants to re-open, and the Biryani lovers in Bengaluru held onto the opportunity to fill their stomachs and fulfill their hearts.
On Sunday, the celebrated Anand Dum Biryani in Hoskote saw a long line of biryani sweethearts. How long? The line was about 1.5 kilometers long, and a video demonstrating the rage has circulated around the web via web-based media. Individuals can be seen wearing face masks and pushing for a space in the line.
The restaurant is situated around 25 kilometers from Bengaluru city centre.
The video has gathered in excess of 7,000 views starting at now and numerous netizens were worried about them not following social distancing standards.
“Queue for biryani at Hoskote, Bangalore… Tell me what biryani this is and is it free?” the video shared by Twitter user Kaveri is captioned.
The proprietor of the eatery, Anand estimated a 20 percent increase in the sales of biryani.
Somebody kidded in the wake of seeing the video, “I will not even stand for Amrit in such a long queue.” Yet another added, “They serve only on 3 days a week and get over by 8.30, 9 am.” One netizen quipped, “Mutton Biryani at Anand Dum Biryani. Has become a weekend morning ritual for many from Bangalore to go there.” While someone sceptical said, ” Lots of folks go there cause of the long drive and the drama of waiting for hours for it. Crowds also include biker clubs, cycling groups and all.”
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