Featured in Daily Post 5th April 2012

Dated: 5 April 2012 | Category: Press releases |

IPL fever seems to be catching on in the city as the big screens, lucrative offers and the food items in the menu named after the cricket players are attracting the people. Everybody from restaurants to bars and to the malls is cashing on the cricketing extravaganza.

Even the residents are busy in purchasing the tickets and merchandise of their favorite teams. The most attractive part is being witnessed across the restaurants where the packages on drinks like ‘Sachin ka upper cut’, ‘Sehwag favorite bat’, and ‘Virat special punch’ are selling like hot cakes. Even in food items one can enjoy the endless varieties – the spicy, mild and other food – named accordingly after one’s favorite cricketer. Moreover, the cricket lovers are enjoying the dishes and drinks with the names of cover drive, straight drive and free hit.

Manager of geoffrey restaurant Naveen Uniyal said that the whole city was gripped in the IPL fever and, hence, were their bars. Apart from providing the various items in the menu with the names of cricketers, they had also arranged 2 LCD screens and a project or to provide the live ambience of the whole event yo their customers throughout the season in the restaurant, he added.

“We have also put the schedule of the matches on the display,” Uniyal said.

Meanwhile, General Manager of the Brew Master Microbrewery Huzoor Ahmed said that apart from showing every match on the big screen they were offering special drinks like ‘Sachin ka upper cut’, ‘Sehwag favorite bat’ and ‘Virat special punch’ to the cricket lovers. “I feel that the whole city will be gripped in the IPL fever throughout the season,” he said.

Food and Beverage manager Randeep Grewal said that they would provide many lucrative offers, like unlimited beer and snacks to the guests, so that everybody could enjoy the matches without giving a second thought to how much they have to fetch out.


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