Lala Rukh Restaurant thrown open
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 30: Here is some good news for the food lovers and tourists visiting Kashmir. The historic Lala Rukh Restaurant was today reopened after more than two decades amid a simple but impressive function organized by J&K Tourism Development Corporation (JKTDC).
Minister for Tourism, Nawang Rigzin Jora inaugurated the restaurant.
The restaurant would provide Kashmiri wazwan besides cuisines of other states to its customers at reasonable rates, a JKTDC statement here said.
The minister, according to the statement, on the occasion said the historic restaurant would generate a source of income to the corporation, besides making the people to experience the difference of taste and hospitality.
The Minister appreciated the efforts of Managing Director JKTDC and its employees for reviving its business in Valley.
He said the restaurant has been opened after two decades. “The reopening of other restaurant of Lala Rukh Hotel would be taken up with Home Department,” he said.
He said: “JKTDC on its own resources is endeavouring to renovate and revive its assets.” The minister asked the employees of the corporation to work with dedication and honesty for making the corporation more vibrant.
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