From Crypto Samosa to Bitcoin Samosa – The menu at this Bengaluru eatery is Internet-friendly

The Indian food business has seen many types of innovation across the country. While we found chic interiors at some eateries, some offered unique dishes on the menu. Then there are the restaurants that confuse us with their weird offerings. One place that caught our attention was the Bangalore eatery called ‘Crypto Chai by Woosh’. One Twitter user, Aavi, recently took to the microblogging site to share images of a restaurant menu featuring dishes named after the cryptocurrency. From the tikka samosa hard fork dashboard to the onion bitcoin moniker patti samosa, the blockchain ledger Punjabi samosa and more – the menu has it all. Sounds interesting (read: unique), doesn’t it? Next to the menu, the post also reads “Is Bangalore okay?” Take a look at the article:

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The tweet is going viral on social media, with the initial post garnering more than 9k likes and hundreds of responses. While some people find this menu unique, others are intrigued by this innovative idea. Some even say that this menu is “the top of Bengaluru”. There were also some users suggesting that the restaurant should accept crypto payments.

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I had to check it out. Crazy guys! Look at the description! Rolling on the floor with a smile on her face. “Investor addiction can also be too cheesy,” “read one tweet. Another tweeted,” I want to buy Crypto Samosa. What NFT tokens are they accepting. “

What do you think about the unique menu of this Bangalore restaurant? Let us know in the comments below.

About Somdatta SahaExplorer- this is what Somdatta likes to call himself. Whether it’s about food, people or places, all she craves is to know the unknown. A simple aglio olio or daal-chawal and a good movie can set her off to a new day. From Crypto Samosa to Bitcoin Samosa – The menu at this Bengaluru eatery is Internet-friendly

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