The Times Of India, India’s largest English-language daily, has published an article titled Which restaurants can you get a lunchbreak from?
The article lists several restaurants in Mumbai, Mumbai’s financial district, but also lists several others in the city, such as Birla’s, which has been serving lunch for around three hours.
It also lists the restaurants on the map in the cities of New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata and Chennai.
The list includes a number of famous eateries, such Asha Bhabha, Kalyan Restaurant, Dhabhi, Panthi, Vipuri, Karat, Baghpat, Vaisakhi, Sholapur, Ujjain, Dharamsala, Thane, New Delhi and Mumbai.
The Times has also published an infographic that shows which restaurants are popular during lunch breaks in Mumbai.
The Times of Indian article also mentions that the Mumbai-based restaurant, Birlas, serves lunch for three hours from around 3 pm.
The restaurant, which is located on the sixth floor of a building, serves a breakfast menu for around Rs 3.50 per meal, and a lunch menu for Rs 5.50.
The main breakfast menu includes eggs, bacon, pita bread, curry and chicken.
The lunch menu includes pancakes, rice and a plate of rice.
The meal is served from 9 am to 4 pm.
A dessert menu is available from 1 pm to 9 pm.
There are a number locations in Mumbai for lunch.
Most restaurants serve breakfast at the Bombay Central Restaurant.
The Dhabhhi restaurant, also known as Paniya, serves breakfast from 1:30 pm to 4:30pm, while the Kalyana restaurant serves breakfast at 3 pm to 8:30.
The Panthis, which are in the New Delhi section, serves the breakfast menu from 5 pm to 10 pm.
The Mumbai-born restaurant owner, Vishnu Sharma, told The Times that he wanted to create a restaurant that served lunch, and had come up with the idea for a place that served breakfast.
He said that the main difference between his restaurant and the traditional lunch menu at traditional eateries is that the Dhabhari restaurant serves its breakfast on the fourth floor.
“We wanted to serve breakfast to the customers.
It was also an option that was not possible for most other restaurants,” he said.
Sharma’s restaurant serves a buffet of different dishes, ranging from pancakes to rice, along with a vegetarian buffet.
A variety of salads are served as well.
He also serves breakfast on Sundays, with breakfast served on Monday.
The Birlos are the only restaurant in the Mumbai area that serves breakfast every day, while some of the other restaurants have lunch and dinner options.
The article also lists which restaurants can be enjoyed during lunch.
Restaurants in Mumbai such as Dhabharas, Panothi, Karata, Shole Bagh, Dibagam and Thane are all served breakfast, with lunch available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
The restaurants in Bangalore, PUNE, Chennai and Chennai have lunch, but the restaurants in New Delhi have lunch.
The Mumbai-trained restaurant owner and the Mumbai born restaurant owner of Panthu are both on the list.