The internet has been a big boon for small café and restaurant owners. People all over the world are getting to know about eateries they didn’t know existed, thanks to social media. Recently, we learnt about a unique writers’ café in Tokyo which does not let its customers leave till they meet their deadlines. The unique idea of this eatery struck a chord with many people around the world. And now, another video shows a beautiful café in Kashmir that is run by the Indian Army. The video of this café was shared on Twitter by business tycoon Anand Mahindra, and it has gone viral ever since. Watch the full video here:
“As far as I’m concerned, this cafe is not a 5 star, nor a 7 star, but a 10 star destination,” wrote Anand Mahindra in his tweet. The clip was originally created by a blogger named Garima Goel. The video has already received over 525k views and nearly 20k likes.
In the video, the blogger Garima Goel takes us through the beautiful café in Kashmir. Known as Log Hut café, it is situated in the midst of the hills in a place called Gurez valley. They serve a variety of snacks and beverages to customers along with a stunning view outside.
The beautiful café garnered immense praise from social media users, as comments poured in on Anand Mahindra’s tweet. “I have heard about this cafe. With due respect to your tweet, I feel it’s worth a thousand stars,” wrote one user. Another expressed, “I wish someday I will visit this place.” Several others were impressed by the fact that it was run by the army, “Beautiful initiative by Indian army.”
Take a look at the reactions:
Almost every border area we find Indian army giving all the services. My entire trip in Arunachal Pradesh we enjoyed the shopping, tourism, cafe services run by the army. Though we see other shops we made a point to by from the army outlets— Rajath Karthik ???????? (@KarthikRajath) June 11, 2022
Dear @anandmahindra ji, if you go to any place in the border areas, you’ll find one small cozy cafe, if selling nothing great, but you’ll at least find some bonda pakodas and a refreshing hot cup of tea. Idli/Vada, Maggi and Momos are also pretty prevalent.— Junaid ???????? (@junaid_parvez) June 11, 2022
Have you been to any of these places Mr Mahindra? If you ever drive to Tawang, you will come across a cafe run by the Indian army at Sepa, just ahead of Bhalukpong serving lovely dosa’s, can you beat it? or at Tiger Bridge when driving from Siliguri to Gangtok…..— victorbravo1203 (@victorbravo1203) June 12, 2022
Have you spotted any such interesting cafe during your vacations? What did you think about the café shared by Anand Mahindra? Tell us in the comments below.