With the opening of the Postik restaurant in Chandigarh, came the speculation of India’s Yoga Guru, Baba Ramdev venturing as an F&B entrepreneur. The news spread like a fire in the forest and all the media houses and publications wrote about the Patanjali’s first ever all-vegetarian restaurant that opened in Hotel Indiano, Zirakpur, Chandigarh. Even Chandigarh Metro had published about it with all the details until it faced the reality of the restaurant and whom does it belong to.
With this write up we want to tell our readers the truth behind the Postik restaurant and its ownership rights.
Goof up about Patanjali Postik restaurant in Chandigarh
Well, we would like to bring to the notice of all our readers that kindly do not be mistaken by the Postik restaurant association with the swadeshi brand Patanjali or Baba Ramdev. Irrespective of their names and images present on the board and menu of the restaurant, Postik of Zirakpur, Chandigarh is just that they are using and promoting swadeshi products by Patanjali. The Postik restaurant serves 100% vegetarian food and the property is an independent venture of the two directors, Rajpal Singh and Jaspal Singh.
What is the Patanjali & Postik Restaurant link
The restaurant’s name, Postik is derived from the mission of Baba Ramdev’s Trust promoting nutrition via its Yoga and FMCG products. All the delicacies mentioned on the menu card of the restaurant are made from edible products manufactured by Patanjali. The kitchen of the Postik restaurant also boasts of using no artificial or processed products in cooking such as maida, artificial sweetener, Ajinomoto, cornstarch, food colors, and preservatives.
However, the restaurant owners have hushed up the rumors of their any tie up or partnership with Baba Ramdev or his FMCG brand ‘Patanjali’.
So, whenever next time you are going to try out the restaurant, just think of food but not Baba Ramdev or Patanjali as now its universally clear that Postik Restaurant of Zirakpur, Chandigarh has no link with each other and both are different entities.