Red Ginger Hospitality India Private Limited inaugurated the first ‘Cafe Cinnamon’ outlet at Shri Amritsar-based Guru Ram Dass Ji International Airport. Set up near to the boarding Gate 2 inside the Domestic Security Hold Area, this casual dining cafe provides a relaxed aura with a favorable environment and pleasant surroundings.

The café is a representation of the latest and best in casual dining experience providing a formal seating arrangement for about 24 guests. The foodies of Amritsar can experience bliss in the innovative and freshening beverages and mouth-watering delicacies served by the restaurant.

Maintaining a resonance between chocolate and coffee lovers, the menu includes Lavazza Cappuccino, Cardamom Tea, Juice Fruity Sundae, Masala Cold Drink, and Wicked Brownie. The food menu also comprises of items like Pasta, Gourmet Pizzas, and Sub Sandwiches which are prepared fresh.

Gaurav Ahuja, Managing Director of Red Ginger Hospitality informed- “We are looking to welcome the distinguished customer who looks forward to spend quality time in a deluxe aura before getting into the flight. At the holy city’s airport, a hot cup of the supreme-quality Darjeeling tea or a glass of freshly squeezed juice can be relished while feasting their eyes on the magical sunset behind the runway”.

The ornamentation and design of the restaurant is a perfect blend of comforting interiors and tranquil lighting with an eye-catching view of the Holy City Airport’s runway. The restaurants’ interactional kitchen enables you to see and talk with the chefs while they are preparing the food with lots of Italian flavors. A fresh display of vegetables along with mood boosting music is just quintessential before taking that long tiresome flight.

“After a successful and welcoming startup at Bhopal airport, we are very delighted and enthusiastic to launch this concept now to Amritsar as well,” Ahuja further said.

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