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Press Releases - June 07

 
Nirula's 'Aam Tujhe Salaam' Festival
Nirula's offers a variety of Indian and international mango delicacies till 30 June 2007
 
New Delhi, 16 June 2007: Nirula's, the most loved Indian food chain has prepared a delectable array of Indian and International Mango delicacies. The festival is called Nirula's Aam Tujhe Salaam. It combines mouthwatering mango delicacies with interesting Mango related games and prizes galore. Nirula's Mango festival commenced on the 15th of May and will continue till the end of June.

Beat the heat this summer with Nirula's delicious Mango Sundaes and sweet and spicy Aam Panna or quench your thirst with Mango Lassi, Mango Milk Shake, Mango Ice Cream Shake or Ice Cream Sodas. Full meals are available in the form of vegetarian and non-vegetarian thalis, which are served with a specially prepared mango and peanut curry. Mango Pastries and Mango Cakes are available at Nirula's Pastry Shops. Nirula's has also launched packaged mango chutney; providing chutney lovers a delicious take away.

Nirula's Mango dishes can also be ordered easily through our website www.nirulas.com or through phone by contacting your nearest outlet. The Aam Panna and the Mango Sundae are the only two items from the festival menu that we do not deliver all other savories are easily available.
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Desi Treats
  • Aam Panna - Rs 24
  • Mango Lassi - Rs.44
  • Deluxe Veg Thali - Rs. 109
  • Deluxe Non-Veg Thali - Rs. 119
  • Packed Mango Chutney on MRP
  • International favourites
  • Mango Tango Ice Cream Scoop- Rs 31
  • Mango Ice Cream Sodas - Rs 59
  • Mango Milk Shakes - Rs 69
  • Mango Ice Cream Shake - Rs 79
  • Mango Sundae - Rs 119
  • Mango Pastry - Rs. 54
  • Mango Cake - Rs. 469
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    Sudipta Sen Gupta, Senior VP, Sales and Marketing, Nirula's Group, said "Mango is hailed as the King of fruits and it makes Indian summers worth waiting for. Aam Tujhe Salaam festival salutes the versatility of Mango and the way it lends its unique flavour to any item - food, beverage and even desserts."

    As part of the festival, there are contests related to mangoes for kids and adults. Kids can take part in Finding the Crown wherein try to find the crown of the Mango King blindfolded. Other contests include 60 Seconds Mei 6 Aam Ke Naam, and a lucky draw contest called Aam Pei Inaam.

    he festival will continue till the 30th of June at all Nirula's Restaurants and Express kiosks. The Nirula's Pastry Shops are located at Preet Vihar, Connaught Place, Vasant Kunj-Bawa Potteries, Defence Colony, Vasant Vihar, Saket, Chanakyapuri, Unitech Mall-Rithala and Noida.
     
    About Nirula’s:
    Nirula's, a reputed name in the hospitality industry, is a pioneer in the family style restaurant business in India having set up the first outlet in Connaught Circus, New Delhi in 1940s. Nirula's operates restaurants under the brand name Nirulas, casual dining outlets called Potpourri and two hotels. The Group is present in 47 locations across Delhi and NCR, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, Haryana, Punjab and Chandigarh and is entering Rajasthan very shortly. Recently Navis Capital Partners and Managing Director, Samir Kuckreja acquired the Nirula's Group of Companies. Navis is private equity fund based in Malaysia, which manages U.S. $1.6 billion in capital commitments. Samir Kuckreja is a respected hospitality professional with varied experience in some of the best-known companies in the world.
    For further information please contact :
    Nirula's:
    Perfect Relations- 24320132-33, Pearl Khan : 09811477778, Giriraj Singh : 09999324919
    Nirula's- Aditi Sharma: 9871619670


     

     

     
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