It’s a well known fact that India is a land of cultural diversity where the concept of multi cultural society exists. Every corners of India, whether it is a small village of a district or an affluent society of a metropolitan city, can be witnessed with a distinct culture and lifestyle which differentiates it from other countries. One of the major cultural ingredients in India is the food. There are unlimited vegetarian delights like stirfry veggies, curries, stews, paneer, mushrooms with sweets punctuating a meal, and a variety of non vegetarian cuisines like grilled and barbeque chicken, Mutton Rogan josh, Nalli Nihari, Biriyani, and the list is endless. Each recipe has its own distinct flavor and special method of cooking which makes it extra ordinary and exceptional in taste.

There was a hard time when ordering food in train of your choice from a renowned restaurant was possible. Various e- catering companies, RailRestro being one of them, have now made it easy to order your favorite food in train from the comfort of your seat. Now bid a good bye to the bland railway pantry car food and get fresh food served at your berth in no time.

RailRestro lists seven stations and their best delicacies now available at your seat. Just call 8102-888-111 to get them in train for making your journey delightful and pleasurable.

New Delhi Junction
Let’s begin our food ordering journey from New Delhi junction. Our capital city is an amalgamation of tasty recipes from all parts of the world. As per Indian cuisines are concerned we can find infinite varieties from chaat to chicken, fruit salad to sweets. Yes! And who can forget the tasty parathas and biriyani of chandni chowk. RailRestro arranges Maharaja Thali at New Delhi Junction for the railway passengers, which includes dal, three varieties of sabzi, tandoori roti/Naan, raita, jeera rice/pulao, Gulab jamun, salad, pickle and a bottled mineral water (500ml). Just call 8102-888-111 to order maharaja thali in train and feel the essence of New Delhi.

Order Maharaja Thali at New Delhi Junction

Ratlam Junction
Ratlam is one of the districts of Madhya Pradesh and is operated under western railways zone. Famous for its sweets, the food culture of Ratlam is highly influenced with Punjabi food. It’s a place where western cuisines are found in abundance. Are you travelling via this route? Order hot and fresh dal makahni with laccha paratha at Ratlam junction to enjoy a delightful journey. You can order this combo and get it right at your seat, or just call us @ 8102-888-111.

Order Food at Ratlam Junction

Bhopal Junction
Operated under western railways zone, Bhopal is surrounded with tasty cuisines of distinct flavors. The Chatori gali at Ibrahim pura or Hakeem restaurant is considered best for non vegetarian delight. One of the most appetizing breakfasts of Bhopal is the Poha jalebi available at every streets and corners. Are you planning your next trip to Bhopal? Order Poha jalebi in train for your breakfast as this combo is one of the specialties of Bhopali food easily available.

Patna Junction
Welcome to the capital city of Bihar. Operated under east central railway, Danapur division, it is one of the busiest railway junction of India. The first thing which blinks our head by the name of Patna is the famous “Litti chokha”. The soft “Littis” are made with “sattu” stuffing and the “chokha” is prepared by roasted eggplants and tomatoes mixed with aromatic spices. To order “Litti Chokha” in train, call RailRestro @ 8102-888-111 and we will serve the unique taste of Bihar at your seat. RailRestro has extended its service to newly constructed “Patliputra Junction”.Now you can order your food at partliputra junction with no service hassles

Order Bihari Litti Chokha in Train Image Source : Lovely’s Kitchen.

Hyderabad Junction
Hyderabad (now in Telangana) is the city of biriyani with no competitors all over India. Other cuisines include Dum Pukht, Mirch ka salan, Tunday kebab etc. The specialties are not limited to non vegetarian cuisines, but Hyderabad is also famous for one of its most traditional sweet called “Shahi Tukda” (also called double ka meetha) which is the recipe of Nawabs. To order Hyderabadi biriyani with shahi tukda at hyderbaad junction, call us @ 8102-888-111.

HyderabadI Biriyani

Chennai Central
Welcome to Southern Railway Division. With 17 platforms and unlimited southern cuisines, Chennai junction connects various other cities like New Delhi, Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Jaipur and many more. When south Indian dishes are concerned the mouth watering idli vadas and more than 25 varieties of dosas rules the city.
But is that over? No!
Chennai has something more for food lovers specially when travelling in train. Hot and fresh Aaloo Bonda is one of the tastiest recipie to start the morning with the second best item which is influenced from both northern and western horizons of India is the “Egg Biriyani”. To order hot aaloo bonda and egg biriyani at Chennai Central, call RailRestro @ 8102-888-111 or visit our website to order.

Order Aaloo Bonda at Chennai Central

Lucknow Junction
Lucknow city is popularly called as the city of Nawabs but every food lovers would call it as city of fresh kababs. There variety includes Shammi kebab, Kakori Kebab, Galouti Kebab, and most famous the Tunday kebabs. If you have a love for kebabs and your train halts at Lucknow Junction, just call RailRestro @ 8102888111 30 minutes prior to arrival station. Get your fresh kebabs salad and green chilli chutney at your seat. You can also order from our website and avail discounts upto 25%. Enjoy Kebab Ordering!!

So, next time when you visit these railway stations during your journey, order food specialties in train to avoid the dull and distasteful pantry food.

HAPPY FOOD ORDERING!!!

7 Stations and Their Food Specialties to Order in Train

Rohit Choubey


Rohit is an avid guest blogger as well an eminent digital marketeer. He has immense passion towards food blogging. His hobbies include travelling, cooking and watching movies. He is writing as a guest blogger for Railrestro.


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