Visual from Wahid Biryani, Lucknow (ANI).
Visual from Wahid Biryani, Lucknow (ANI).

Lucknow's Wahid Biryani offers food to hungry people during these tough times

ANI | Updated: May 18, 2021 22:34 IST

By Kamna Hajela
Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh) [India], May 18 (ANI): As Lucknow is grappling with an escalating COVID-19 situation, an eatery, Wahid Biryani, famous for their awadhi cuisine in the capital, is proving to be a boon for the needy in these tough times. The eatery is running 4 to 5 vans across the city offering vegetarian food to the hunger-stricken.
On a daily basis, the initiative is ensuring free food to over 1,800 to 2,000 people.

The restaurant is serving food to rickshaw pullers, daily wage earners, and the helpless on the roads outside the city hospitals like Medical College, Trauma Center, Civil Hospital and Lohia Institute. The food items changes every day.
Along with this, Wahid Biryani has also started free home delivery for the needy so that people who cannot visit their centers for any reason, or due to COVID, or any other disease, can also get the food.
They have also floated a helpline service and one only needs to fill in some details to book a meal.
To get food, all you need to do is to enter your name, address and mobile number on the helpline service of Wahid Biryani. (ANI)