New Delhi, Oct 26 (IANS) A newly opened bistro in the capital has taken the initiative to give an enjoyable dining experience to 100 children from the NGO Child Relief & You (CRY).
The bistro, which is called Imly, was opened with the aim of serving delicious and authentic street food from India under one roof in a pleasant, congenial and captivating ambience without increasing the burden on one’s pocket.
“We take immense gratification to start this one-of-a-kind restaurant in association with CRY – Child Relief & You, seeking a long term holistic approach from the society and giving an enjoyable dining experience to little imlyites,” Varun Puri, who co-owns Imly along with Vivek Bhargava, said in a statement.
“We take great pride in announcing this one-of-a-kind collaboration with an esteemed NGO like CRY. This is the first time in Delhi that a restaurant is associating with CRY and feeding 100 kids on our Imlicious train,” he added.