70-Year-Old Lady Offering Fresh Meals At ₹35 Even During Inflation Is Winning Hearts

by Shreya Ghosh
70-Year-Old Lady Offering Fresh Meals At ₹35 Even During Inflation Is Winning Hearts

We are living in a time where the prices of fuel, foods, and ingredients are increasing probably every other week. And getting a plate full of healthy home-cooked foods at low prices is a dream now. A 70-year-old lady is going viral on the internet for selling a good amount of meals at a very cheap price. Let’s take a look at the story of this old woman and her shop.

70-Year-Old Lady Sells Home-Cooked Meals At Just ₹35

@oye.foodieee is an Instagram food blogger and he uploaded a video on the platform where an old lady was selling healthy home-cooked meals sitting in a small stall. She had a few containers in front of her with many food preparations. Besides those, she also and a Tawa where she was making hot rotis and parathas. In the video shared by the blogger, we saw her serving a plate full of rice, with paratha, dal, aalu sabzi, and chicken curry. She is serving a thali full of delicious foods at just ₹35. Her shop is located near KFC, Lajpat Nagar Central Market, Delhi.

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Fresh Foods At Low Prices Is Winning Hearts

The video is simply storming the internet. The food blogger uploaded it on 7th April and presently it has over 102K likes and innumerable comments. People on social media are loving and adoring the old woman and cannot believe that it is possible to sell foods at low prices during such inflation in the market presently. The most amazing part is that she always greets her customers with a smile on her face.

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The comment section under this video is so fulfilling and positive. People are commenting on how they are getting emotional seeing the old lady working for herself and wishing her love. While some are highlighting the fact that most of the food stalls are overpriced and this is how much a thali should actually cost.