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Red Ginger opens its first Casual Dining Concept – ‘Cafe Cinnamon’ at Amritsar International Airport

Red Ginger Hospitality India, the F&B Master Concessionaire has opened the first outlet of ‘Cafe Cinnamon’, its exclusive casual dining concept, at Shri Guru Ram Dass Ji International Airport, Amritsar. Located near Boarding Gate 2, inside the Domestic Security Hold Area, this casual dining restaurant offers a relaxed ambience with a friendly environment and surroundings.

Café Cinnamon is a reflection of the newest and best in casual dining experience offering a formal seating arrangement for 24 guests. The foodies of Amritsar can take delight in the innovative and refreshing beverages and appetising food items that it has to offer. In order to maintain a fine balance between coffee and chocolate lovers, the menu comprises of Lavazza Cappuccino, Masala Cold Drink, Cardamom Tea, Juice Fruity Sundae and Wicked Brownie. The food menu also includes freshly prepared food like Gourmet Pizzas, Pasta, Sub Sandwiches etc.

Gaurav Ahuja, Managing Director- Red Ginger Hospitality, said, “We are looking to welcome the discerning customer who looks forward to spending quality time in a plush ambience before boarding the flight. One can enjoy a hot cup of the finest Darjeeling Tea or a Glass of Freshly squeezed juice while watching the mesmerizing sunset behind the runway at the Holy City’s Airport”. The décor and style of the restaurant is a perfect blend of soothing interiors and calm lighting with a mesmerising view of the runway of the Holy City Amritsar’s International Airport.

The restaurants’ interactive kitchen allows you to see and chat with the chefs while they are preparing each dish with lots of Italian passion. A fresh display of vegetables along with mood uplifting music is just perfect before taking that long mundane flight.

“After a successful launch at Bhopal Airport we are very excited and happy to bring this concept to Amritsar as well,” Ahuja further added.