Have-It thrown open
Srinagar, June 21: Giving new address to food lovers, Have-It, a multi-cuisine and coffee shop at Munawarabad was thrown open today.
Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Law, Ali Muhammad Sagar inaugurated the restaurant in presence of MLA Shameema Firdous. People from hotel industry were present on the occasion.
“It is just the beginning! I have a plan to start a chain of restaurants and food outlets in the state,” Tariq Rashid Ghani, owner of the restaurant said.
Ghani is who is also Treasurer, Chamber of Commerce and Industries (CCIK) and Joint Secretary, Hoteliers’ Club said: “It was one of my ambitious projects and from my childhood I wanted to join food business.”
“The restaurant will offer different types of cuisines and coffee at reasonable prices. Besides, our main focus will on hygiene,” he said.
“I would like to thank Sagar Sahab and Shameema Ji for gracing this occasion and also all my friends and well wishers who attended the function,” Ghani said.
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