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Surprisingly, Manre, that had suffered earlier from a perception that it was expensive, also came up on this list
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"Manre has no issues offering doggy bags to its customers according to their demands," he says, "Any dish from our various menus - be it the bar, main courses, desserts etc. - can be packed as a takeaway."
To deny, it would be foolish and high-end restaurants have been affected because it's kind of a luxury ", says Ramola Bachchan, owner of Manre, a European high-end restaurant in Saket, a posh suburb.
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Literary Anecdotes of the Eighteenth Century: Comprising Biographical Memoirs of William Bowyer ... John Nichols, Samuel Bentley 1812