The brand released a heartfelt video showcasing our Muslim brother and sisters in the F&B industry, sharing their messages on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.
The festival of Eid has traditionally been celebrated with families & friends coming together to break their month-long fast, with shared feasts and hugs doled out in abundance. However, with the current COVID-19 induced lockdown, this Eid is going to be quiet and sombre for most families around the world. For millions stuck far away from their families, it’ll be one quite like never before.
While billions across the world have been self-isolating and maintaining physical and social distancing, the collective human spirit of resilience and compassion has shone through in more ways than one, with people discovering new ways to bridge gaps between each other with acts of kindness, reaching out to those around them via technology and contributing towards the relief of their pandemic-stricken counterparts. To acknowledge & celebrate this spirit of human resilience, Dineout’s Gourmet Passport has brought together leaders from across the Indian hospitality industry including BBC GoodFood India CEO & Editor-In-Chief Shafquat Ali, Restauranter & Historian Osama Jalali, Bohri Kitchen Founder & CEO Munaf kapadia, Chef & Author Shazia Khan and many other well-wishers from around the world to share their collective call for compassion, love and togetherness in a video on the occasion of this Eid.
Watch Dineout’s Patrons wishing Eid Mubarak:
The brand is also enabling home delivery and pick up at top restaurants around the country including The Roseate House, Andaz Delhi, JW Marriott, Punjab Grill, Asia7, Elan, etc with a special 15% off on the Dineout app. Each of these restaurants has specially curated an exclusive delivery/takeaway menu for Dineout users that have been handpicked with the strictest standards of hygiene and anti-COVID precautions in mind and come with Dineout Gourmet Passport’s seal of approval.
(We got this information from a press release.)