- September 26, 2014 / 3 min readAs a part of the nine days celebration, the portal will be offering flat 50 per cent off on orders placed in pure vegetarian restaurants.
JustEat.in, the online food ordering website, is all set for the Navratri celebrations with full zeal and zest. As a part of the 9 days celebration, the portal will be offering flat 50 per cent off on orders placed in pure vegetarian restaurants.
The restaurants empanelled with JustEat.in, offering Navratri Special Thalis are, Mithaas Restaurant ( Noida), Mithaas Sweets (Noida), The Green Leaf ( Dwarka), Sri Radha ki Rasoi (Dwarka), G Dot Hotel & Restaurants ( Gurgaon), The Dhaba(crossing republik), Spice N Tadka (Vaishali) and Santushti ( Noida).
“We are expecting a 15-20 per cent swell in the number of orders during the Durga festival because of the special Navratri offer that we are presenting to our customers. Last year witnessed a growth of 10-12 per cent on all orders during Navratri in Delhi/NCR, which shows people’s inclination towards ordering food online and saving that extra time and energy. Apart from Delhi, vegetarian restaurants like Mast Kalandar in Bangalore have started offering Navratri food and thalis to cater to its diverse set of people," said, Ritesh Dwivedy, Founder & CEO, JustEat.in.
Considering the hectic schedule of the day-to- day life, cooking at home has become a cumbersome affair. Hence people choose to order Satvik thalis to satiate their craving for special Navratri dishes. The fast-paced life of people has upped the demand for Satvik thalis since the past few years during Navratri. The online food-ordering portals receive 60 per cent of its orders from vegetarians during Navratri. It caters to its customers by promoting restaurants that offer pure onion and garlic free Navratri Thalis.
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