'Ordered Paneer, Not Chicken': Ahmedabad Woman Demands Rs 50 Lakhs After Veg-Non-Veg Food Mishap

An Ahmedabad woman demands Rs 50 lakhs in compensation after receiving a chicken sandwich instead of the paneer one she ordered.
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Ahmedabad: A woman residing in the Chamundanagar neighbourhood in the Sola area of Ahmedabad was reportedly served a chicken tikka sandwich instead of the paneer tikka sandwich she had ordered from a restaurant through a food delivery app on Friday. The woman, identified as Nirali Parmar, discovered the error after taking a few bites of the sandwich, as reported by TOI. As a vegetarian, Parmar was upset by the mistake and demanded compensation of Rs 50 lakh for the inconvenience caused.
Following Parmar's complaint, the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation's health department issued a notice to VRYLY Ventures Pvt Ltd, the company operating the restaurant, and imposed a fine of Rs 5,000. The department also warned the company that further violations could result in the sealing of its outlet.
Additionally, the health department reported that during inspections conducted from April 28 to May 4, a total of 760 restaurants in the city were inspected. Of these, 270 were issued notices for unhygienic conditions or for selling food unfit for consumption. Furthermore, 928 kg of solid food items and 704 litres of liquid food items were found to be unfit for consumption and were destroyed. The civic body collected fines totaling Rs 1.44 lakh as a result of these inspections.
During Navratri, a popular food delivery service, made a mistake on April 15 when they delivered non-vegetarian momos instead of vegetarian ones to a customer. Akash, who is a vegetarian, ordered a combo meal of vegetarian momos, a veggie burger, and a Pepsi from a famous momo outlet through the app. However, he received non-vegetarian items instead.
Akash shared his experience on X (formerly Twitter), expressing his disappointment about receiving the wrong order, especially during Navratri when many people avoid eating non-vegetarian food. His post quickly went viral, prompting both Zomato and Wow! Momo to respond.
Zomato acknowledged the mistake and asked Akash to share his order details so they could fix the issue quickly. Wow! Momo also apologised and requested Akash to share his invoice and contact details so they could reach out to him directly.
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