McDonald opens 2 restaurants enroute holy shrine of Vaishno Devi

Jammu: Customers embarking on their journey to the holy shrine of Vaishno Devi can now enjoy a world-class restaurant experience with McDonald’s at new track- Tarakote Marg and Ardhkuwari. Keeping in mind religious beliefs that prevail and influence food habits in the region, the restaurants offer 100% Vegetarian menu with no onion and no garlic.

Announcing the restaurant launch, Rajeev Ranjan, MD, McDonald’s India – North and East, said, “We are excited to launch our restaurants en route to the holy shrine of Vaishno Devi. Both restaurants offer 100% vegetarian, no onion and no garlic menu. Our presence here is a step towards making the world-famous McDonald’s great tasting food and beverages accessible to travelers and residents of the area,”

We have formulated a special menu for our no onion and no garlic restaurants, consisting of menu items such as McAloo Tikki, McVeggie, McSpicy Paneer Burger, McSpicy Paneer Wrap, along with McDonald’s World Famous FriesTM, refreshing beverages and choice of desserts, he said

For greater convenience, McDonald’s is equipped with self-ordering digital kiosks. Travelers en route to Vaishno Devi have the option of refreshments through take-away and dine-in at new track-Tarakote Marg and take-away at Ardhkuwari.

McDonald’s sources ingredients for its menu items from farmers and suppliers across India, who form an integral part of the business and share McDonald’s commitment of food quality and safety. All McDonald’s suppliers have state-of-the-art, globally recognized food safety systems and processes such as HACCP, and GMP.  These comprehensive quality checks, from farm to table, ensure that customers can enjoy safe and delicious food every time they choose McDonald’s.