IRCTC Fast Food Delivery in Trains & Stations
Fast food delivery in Trains and Stations by IRCTC, details are here.
Fast Food Delivery in Trains
Indian Railways has collaborated with several food chains to allow passengers to pre-book their meals. Now, passengers can either order their food online, on call, or through SMS.
IRCTC’s list of vendors include McDonald’s, KFC, Switz Foods, Only Alibaba, Dominos, Haldiram, Bikanerwala, Nirualas, Sagar Ratna and Pizza Hut etc.
Order via Online
To order food online, passengers can visit ‘www.ecatering.irctc.co.in’, enter their PNR number and choose the station they would want their order to be delivered to. After selecting their meal, passengers will be directed to an online payment window. Upon successful transaction, an OTP will be sent to the registered phone number which will be used as verification at the time of the delivery, reported The Free Press Journal.
Order via Phone
To order through phone, passengers can call ‘1323’ and place their order. Then, an OTP number will be provided via SMS for verification. Customers have to pay using cash at the time of the delivery.
Order via SMS
Passengers can also order via SMS. All they have to do is text ‘MEAL’, followed by their PNR number, to 139. Once the SMS is sent, passengers will receive a call from a customer care executive to take the order. Passengers will then be provided with an OTP, which will be used for verification. They can pay for the meals in cash at delivery.
Some of the major stations where you get food box delivery on train are Mumbai Central (BCT) , Chatrapati Shivaji Terminal (CST), New Delhi Railway Station (NDLS), Old Delhi Railway Station(DEL), Bangalore City Junction (SBC), Chennai Central (MAS), Kanpur (CNB), Allahabad Junction (ALD), Varanasi (BSB), Lucknow (LKO), Itarsi (ET), Bhopal Junction (BPL), Vijayawada (BZA) etc.
Fast Food Delivery in Stations
IRCTC started Fast Food Units in stations, initially IRCTC started Fast Food Units in Churchgate Station, Mumbai.