A group of 32 chefs including managers catering to Indian adda and India reception will be available for the Indian delegation during the World Economic Forum at Davos. Photograph:( WION )
PM Modi prefers all kinds of food, provided it is vegetarian, the chief chef accompanying the prime minister at Davos said today.
PM's private kitchen will be serving food for nearly 12,000 people, according to reports.
Iss thand me bhajia aur samosa mil jaye toh kya baat hai( in winters, if we get bhujia and samosa, it is great), chief chef Raghu Deora said before leaving for the World Economic Summit.
Ghar ka swad Davos mein, 1,000 kg masala le ke aye hai Davos mein(the taste of home in Davos, we have 1,000 kg masala for the summit), the chief chef said.
PM Modi will be having food at three different venues with the cuisine set to change every day.