An Indian restaurant is offering a ‘COVID curry’ to customers.
The dish features a paratha in the shape of a mask and a Kofta in the shape of a pointed crown to resemble the appearance of coronavirus.
The restaurant in Rajasthan, India, will give customers a discount if they have recovered from COVID-19 if they provide medical proof.
Owner Yash Solanki explained: “The restaurant business has totally been crashed by the pandemic, and our chefs have come out with innovative dish ideas.
“We are also offering a special discount to the COVID recovered patients to show our respect towards them for fighting off such a deadly virus and recovering from it.
“As mask and COVID shares an unbreakable bond, how can COVID Curry be served without the mask paratha?”