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IHCL’S Culinary Platform Qmin is Now at Ginger Goa

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Indian Hotels Company Limited has launched its Qmin Culinary platform at Ginger Goa situated in Patto Panaji. According to the IHCL, this is an ideal platform for all those who are looking for a place to connect with family, friends, and office colleagues over a meal of delectable delights. 

The Qmin at Ginger Goa, Panaji is offering multiple dining opportunities to its guests with a blend of comfort, convenience and chill. 

The IHCL introduced the Qmin brand in Goa in the month of February joining the Carnival Parade, it was introduced as a premium food delivery platform in the form of a traditional float parade from Taj Resorts & Convention Centre, Dona Paula to Samba Square in Panaji.

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Qmin 1Aesthetically located in the premium location of the Capital city of Goa and tastefully designed interiors make this place a perfect point for the hang out with friends, be it for a quick bite or spending the evening over a beer, chips and dips, there are multiple options to chose from special beer and binge baskets – a new addition on the menu – or a variety of global and local favourites ranging from chilly cheese toast, spaghetti and the Goan favourite – prawn balchao with poi among others.

With its high-energy music, quirky décor including a swing bench and outdoor patio, and a large screen to enjoy match nights with friends, Qmin makes for the perfect hangout and party spot.

For those looking for a quick grab-and-go meal, Qmin’s new ‘On the Run’ counter is the ideal culinary pick-me-up. From popular snacks such as Kathi rolls and dahi bhalle, to quick meals such as pizza, chole kulchey and dum biryani, to munchies like cookies and energy bars, a range of beverages, desserts and even beer, you can just grab a wholesome meal on-the-go. 

Guests will also have a choice of comfort foods such as Goan fish curry with rice, Dhaba paneer and butter chicken with naan, dal tadka and more on the menu for sit-down meals. Be it quality time spent with family or a business meeting, Qmin has something for everyone.

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There are also ample charging points and seamless Wi-Fi connectivity, this space can also double up as a personal workstation for the contemporary traveller. So turn up the vibe and come grab a bite of Qmin at Ginger Goa, Panaji now! 

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