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Biker's Cafe completes a year in the 'City of Joy'

Biker's Cafe completes a year in the 'City of Joy'

India Blooms News Service | | 24 Sep 2015, 12:43 pm
Kolkata, Sept 24 (IBNS) International food chain outlet, Biker’s Café celebrated its first anniversary in Kolkata on Wednesday.

The joint located at Elgin Road, Kolkata, is a popular hangout spot for food lovers in the city and offers a wide spread of delicacies from around eight nations of the world.

Speaking about his eatery, Manoj Rathi, Director, Biker’s Café, Kolkata, told IBNS: “This place is coming up and it is a very well known food joint for people in Kolkata. Especially because of its ambience, the adda and great food.”

When asked, how he plans to entice more customers, Rathi told, “We play groovy music, there’s a separate hookah section for the hookah lovers and we are providing different gaming options free of cost. The customers can also watch T.V here and there’s the free Wi-Fi option.”

About their USP, he said, “Kolkata people are adda and food lovers and there’s no place better than Biker’s Café. We open at seven in the morning and close at eleven-thirty at night. I think this is the only café that opens up so early and closes so late.”

As part of their month long celebration process, the café is handing out special discounts and is observing ‘happy hours’ from 12 noon to 6 pm during the weekdays.

Apart from the exquisite range of food they will also serve exotic drinks, ranging from lemonade to mojito and other non-alcoholic drinks to the desi brewed ‘chai’ (tea). 


(Reporting By Sudipto Maity, Image By Subhodeep Sardar/ IBNS.)