Anand Mahindra Has Added This Amritsar Restaurant Run By Kids On His Binge List & Here’s Why

Amritsar Restaurant Run By Kids
by Suchismita Pal
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Anand Mahindra has always extended his support to people doing commendable jobs in almost every sector. This time, he has brought to light the story of two kids who are running a shop in Amritsar’s Sultanwood Road. Their father had started the food joint Top Grill in Amritsar that serves pizzas, pasta, garlic bread and more. But in an unfortunate incident, he passed away on December 26, 2021. Now his two sons, 17-year-old Jashdeep and his little 11-year-old brother Anshdeep have taken up the responsibility of running the food joint. Sharing the story of the kids, Mahindra wrote that he would add the place to his food binge list the next time he visits Amritsar.

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The Eatery Serves One Of The Best Pizzas In Amritsar

Mahindra has shared a part of the video that was posted on the YouTube channel  ‘Amritsar Walking Tours’. The two brothers travel 25 kilometres on bike every day from their village to reach the eatery. They also pay the rent of the eatery. Maintaining utmost cleanliness and quality, the two brothers serve a wide array of delish food options here like burger, pizza, wrap, subway, garlic bread, shakes and more. In the video, the brothers have requested the viewers to visit the eatery and support them. The anchor in the video has also confirmed that Top Grill serves one of the best pizzas in Amritsar.

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The Prices At The Eatery Are Reasonable

The brothers work hard for the entire day to provide quality service to the customers. They wrap and close the restaurant at around 10:30 PM and return to their village. The restaurant is conveniently located right beside the popular Jeet Garments in Sultanwind Road, Amritsar. Also, the prices of the snacks at the restaurant are very reasonable. On that note, this 13-Year-Old Boy Sells Sandwiches And Frankies Near Mumbai’s Versova Metro Station. Another 14-Year-Old From Ahmedabad Sells Kachoris After School To Support Family.

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