Drive-in Food Court: The First Drive-in Food court in Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh was inaugurated by The Great Indian Food Factory (TGIFF) on Wednesday (07-11-2016). Here they are offer a wide range of food items such as Indian,Chinese, south indian, Thick Shak, factory,Mocktails, Desi Pizza all under one Roof among many other food items. TGIFF located at Beside Model Dairy, BRTS Road, Gunadala, Vijayawada-4.
Drive in Food Court
Andhra Pradesh gets its first drive in food court at Vijayawada. Most Attractive and modern food court in our city finally in launched. Visiting public enjoying different taste of foods at there.
The Great Indian Food Factory (TGIFF),
BRTS Road Cross Junction,
Contact No – 90322 11111
Pizza, Fried Chicken, Tiffin, Thick Shakes & Milk Shakes, Chats, Chinese, Biryaniis, Tandori, Ice Creams, Coldstone Ice Creams, Mocktails.
Vijayawada First Drive in Food Court Offers
“Food courts like TGIFF will boost the tourism industry and help in increasing the state economy. One can spend their quality time here and get refreshed enjoying a variety of food and drinks,” said Minister of Home affairs N Chinarajappa, after formally inaugurating the TGIFF.
The CEO of TGIFF, P Sai Kiran, says TGIFF ‘is a new level of food experience for the people of Vijayawada’ and will be a landmark of the city. The drive-in restaurant is the first of its kind in the state. A wide spread of food with good quality service has been promised to customers.
TGIFF Modern Restaurant
TGIFF houses food courts from across the country like Pune, Mumbai, Indore, Hyderabad and other places.
The Food Court also present a comfortable wide area place and offers food from various cuisines with a desi touch, he added. Eating out is a growing trend in the state in that view TGIFF Modern Restaurants started in our Vijayawada.
The place has got an open space seating which accommodates 150-200 and one can drive in and order food from their vehicle.
It has got a private dining hall which houses up to 20 people. The place operates from 8 am to midnight.
M Rajesh, who visited TGIFF with his colleagues said the place had a rich ambience and pleasant atmosphere. Food courts like these will give a new look to the city culture, just like metro cities. The youngsters can hang out at the place which is also easy on the pocket, he said.