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IRCTC Released The Menu And Price List Of Food In The Train; Check Before Traveling

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IRCTC Menu list: There is big news for railway passengers. If you also travel by train, then know that now you will not have to pay more for food items during the journey on the train. IRCTC has released the menu and price list of food on the train. Now you will know the price of the food items you get on the train. In such a situation, the pantry people cannot charge you more for anything.

IRCTC gave information

To serve you delicious dishes on the train itself, the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) makes arrangements for food inside the train. However, passengers often complain about being asked for higher food prices. In such a situation, IRCTC has issued its menu list to save the passengers from any inconvenience and has requested not to pay more than the fixed price. IRCTC said that passengers could also make online payments. Let us know about the list.

Under the new rates of wage

Passengers must pay Rs 70 at the station and Rs 80 on the train for the wage meal. In this, plain rice, chapati or paratha, dal or sambar, mixed veg, curd and pickle will be available.

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In this, passengers

You must pay Rs 15 at the station and Rs 20 on the train. Poori and potato dry vegetables are available in Janata meals.

For Veg

Biryani, you will have to pay Rs 70 at the station and Rs 80 on the train.

For standard

Non-veg meals, passengers will have to pay Rs 80 at the station and Rs 90 on the train. You get egg curry with rice, paratha or chapati with curd and pickle.

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Standard non-veg meal

Passengers must pay Rs 120 for a standard non-veg meal at the station and Rs 130 on the train. In this, plain rice, paratha or chapati, chicken curry, curd and pickle are available.

Egg Biryani

Passengers have to pay Rs 80 at the station of Egg Biryani and Rs 90 on the train. In this, you also get curd and pickle.

Chicken Biryani

In the new menu, passengers must pay Rs 100 at the station for Chicken Biryani and Rs 110 on the train. In this, you also get curd and pickle.

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Standard tea

Passengers have to pay Rs 5 and Rs 10 for ordinary tea available at the station and platform.

In the coffee

Train, passengers will have to pay Rs 10 for coffee at the station and platform.

According to the Rail Neer

IRCTC menu, passengers will have to pay Rs 15 for a bottle of Rail Neer water inside the station and train.

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