21
Jan

CORRUPTION IS MAKING BENGALURU’S RESTAURATEURS ABANDON THE INDUSTRY – Consulted by Foodwire India

For every new restobar that opens in Bengaluru, another shuts down. Procuring 36 approvals — higher than the national average — and not to mention corruption, has made Bengaluru the most challenging city in India for the restaurant industry. While the government believes that Sakala — guarantee of services to citizens through an online platform — has brought transparency, the industry continues to be sceptical. ET digs deeper to understand what it takes to run a restaurant in Bengal ..

Read more at: Economic times