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Feb 10, 2014, 9:24 AM
Food and drinks industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the country's economy and it is against this backdrop that La Parisienne Restaurant is showing no sign of slowing down in its eatery's items for customers by giving them the best quality of food and service.
According to Ali, the brain of the place, the restaurant started operation in 1996, noting that during that time ice cream, cake and croissant were being sold at the spot.
The proprietor added that in the middle of 2010, they extended the size of the restaurant in consideration of local people.
In terms of quality and deliciousness, La Parisienne’s English breakfast, sanders, pizza and steak, passa and
Ali says La Parisienne is one of the famous eating spots and during Christmas and Tobaski the place attracts a lot of customers on the backdrop of good food, quality service and reasonable prices.
"Soon we will return to what we were doing before when we had students membership cards for special prices with 10 to 20 per cent discount on our foodstuff," he said.