NRAI is working closely with the Delhi Government to address the loopholes that are obstructing restaurants to grow in India and especially in Delhi.
In its 33rd Annual General Meeting, National Restaurant Association of India together with its members and restaurateurs highlighted the issues which are creating hindrance in growing restaurants to greater heights making it a mix of ‘Travel and Culture ‘ inviting people from around the globe to experience the rich Indian cuisine.
Kapil Mishra, Hon’ble Minister for Tourism promised the restaurant industry to bring strong policy and create an environment which will help the city attract tourists to the country, thus promoting its growth.
Talking to the restaurateurs, Mishra said, “We are partners and we have to work together to bring the changes which was occurring in the industry for long.”
The minister also promised to introduce a strong mandate in next 2 months to change the restaurant scenario in the state.
Addressing the conference, Riyaaz Amlani, President, NRAI and CEO and MD, Impresario Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., highlighted countries which are performing very well in terms of getting tractions from their food hubs.
According to a survey conducted amongst the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) members for the publication of the Global Report on Food Tourism, an overwhelming 88.2 per cent of respondents said that gastronomy is strategic to the image of their destinations.
Thus, with Govt and restaurant bodies working closely to promote the Indian food and restaurants globally, we can expect to see some amazing concepts and trends coming in India soon.