2020 has been a game-changer for everyone. Some lost their jobs, some found their passion while some stepped into the entrepreneurship journey.
But the ones who lost their loved ones, the pain is irreplaceable.
Although there’s no substitute of a loved one, but with problems come the opportunities.
Same happened with a family whose breadwinner passed away leaving behind a wife and young daughters. The responsibility then transferred to wife and instead of making it her weakness, she decided to stand tall as an entrepreneur.
Cafe Relish is the result of her immeasurable efforts which she’s running along with her daughters. The crisis was unexpected for her and she had never thought that a time would come when she’d be managing all this. But with her daughters support, the restaurant is now popular among customers.
The mother is at the forefront of managing the customers. While the girls manage the online orders and also help their mother wherever requires.
It’s also known as one of the most hygienic restaurants in the area. They have some regular customers who never miss their burgers which is quite affordable and superb in taste.
Running a restaurant in the COVID times is a courageous step as people have stopped dining out. And considering this, Cafe Relish is following complete SOPs and are also open to home delivery. And seems like their exceptional customer services and delicious taste are reaching to people.
From BBQ chicken tikka to crispy broast, burgers, and rolls, everything is cooked in a clean environment. Even if you take a round to their kitchen, you’d appreciate their best hygiene practices.
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In most stories, you’d find a son making an accomplishment but these women twisted the game and set a great example of women empowerment. They aren’t only running a restaurant but also breaking the stereotypes of our society.
We need more women in the lead, just like them.
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