Vineyard MultiCuisine refurbished, renewed and reopened

Sneak a peek at Vineyard MultiCuisine Restaurant situated on the first floor of the Village Complex. The restaurant was closed for two months for renovation. It is now reopened for its esteemed customers.

The place reopened on 3rd October 2021 and is fully operating.

They are offering a voucher to the first customer who can trace out 5 changes made in the place after renovation. Be sure to be the winner. Good luck!

Vineyard Multi-Cuisine offers Indian Tandoori, Lebanese, Mexican, Chinese & other international dishes. They are mostly known for delicious Indian food, but couples, groups and families are coming to eat all kinds of international dishes. There are vegetarian and even vegan dishes on their menu.

Read more about Vineyard HERE

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