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Bandra-Kurla Complex to Get Affordable Food Mall Soon

MMRDA plans to open a food court in BKC's Urban Plaza to provide affordable meals, shops and supermarkets to hundreds of employees working in the area.

by Vaishnavi Dixit
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Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC) is set to welcome a new food court, bringing affordable dining options for hundreds of visitors, including employees working in the area. The Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (MMRDA) has decided to open a food mall in the Urban Plaza, which will also feature shops and supermarkets.

Addressing the Need for Affordable Restaurants

While BKC is one of Mumbai’s most significant Central Business Districts, it suffers from a lack of affordable restaurants. This has led many people to rely on expensive food aggregator services or travel long distances to find more affordable options. The few restaurants in the area that do exist are mostly for fine dining and offer exotic menus at high prices. BKC comprises numerous multi-storied buildings accommodating corporate offices of India’s leading industrial and business houses, as well as government offices. Unfortunately, the area is plagued by a severe shortage of parking spaces and a lack of adequate dining options.

MMRDA’s Solution

The food court will be situated in G block of BKC, at the junction of Bandra-Kurla Link Road (BKLR) and the Asian Heart Hospital. The development would help to keep the area lively after office hours and on weekends. An MMRDA official has explained that the food court aims to provide affordable meals and prevent hawkers by providing designated spaces for restaurants in buildings constructed in the BKC.

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Commitment to Quality and Convenience

The new food mall will cater to the growing demand for affordable dining options in BKC. Visitors can look forward to enjoying a range of cuisines without breaking the bank. Additionally, the mall will feature shops and supermarkets, providing a one-stop-shop for visitors’ needs. The MMRDA’s decision to open the food court reaffirms its commitment to improving the quality of life and convenience for those who live and work in BKC.

The opening of the new food court is great news for the people who work and visit the Bandra-Kurla Complex. It addresses a long-standing need for affordable dining options in the area, and the addition of shops and supermarkets makes it a convenient one-stop destination for visitors’ needs. The MMRDA’s initiative demonstrates its commitment to providing quality and convenience for the people of BKC.

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