Tandoori Indian Restaurant, which will be taking care of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's culinary needs during his visit to China for the BRICS summit, is feeling honoured to be given this task.
Sudhir Mittoo, General Manager of Xiamen's Tandoori Indian Restaurant, told ANI : "We are honored to be given the task to serve the Prime Minister and his high-level delegation."
He said that all the preparations are being made keeping in mind Prime Minister Modi's vegetarian taste.
"We served him last year also in G-20 summit. This time the menu will be little different," he said.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Modi has left for China to attend the ninth BRICS Summit in Xiamen.
In a Facebook post on Saturday, Prime Minister Modi said, "India had the privilege of hosting the previous Summit in Goa in October last year. I look forward to building upon the results and outcomes of the Goa Summit. I also look forward to productive discussions and positive outcomes that will support the agenda of a stronger BRICS partnership under the chairmanship of China."