Savour the Best of Indian Chaat This Festive Season With ‘The Great Indian Chaat Festival’

-Travel Food Services brings TGICF to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport

MUMBAI, Oct. 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Travel Food Services (TFS), India’s leading Travel Food and Retail Company, presents The Great Indian Chaat festival (TGICF) where travellers get to relish the ever-so-famous chaat at the most prime hubs; this Diwali season. With the commencement of festive season, the piquant and beloved cuisine has been introduced with a twist.

Typically served as hors d’oeuvre, at food carts and stalls, TFS brings the savoury snacks to be part of the festive fervor. From famous delights like Chutney Wale Aloo and Khasta Kachori Chaat, to new variants like Suran Ki Chaat, Soya Moong Ki Chaat and Shakarkand Ki Chaat can help everyone savour their taste buds. To extend the culinary delight, TFS has also introduced sugar free sweet/desserts.

Start the journey on a flavorsome note only at

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA)

Where: Food Court, T1 C, Domestic Airport, Mumbai

When: Ongoing till 10th November, 2019

Cost: Rs. 200 onward

About Travel Food Services:

Travel Food Services (TFS) is India’s leading travel F&B and Retail Company, with over 300 outlets and 19 lounges across travel-hubs including Airports, Railway Stations and Highways spread across 18 cities. With major concessions across key airports including Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Chennai, Kolkata and Bengaluru, TFS has been transforming travel experience for over 90 million passengers every year through a variety of cuisines across its diverse formats of restaurants, cafes, bars, food courts and lounges.

TFS has partnered with SSP Plc UK, which brings 60 years of rich experience of the global travel retail market thereby enabling TFS to strengthen its market leadership and continue to accelerate India growth in the years ahead.

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Media Contact :

Parmpreet Kaur
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Communicate India



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