Suparna Ghosh (Intern Journalist) Kolkata: The very antique Indian Coffee House located in the College Street is all set to open after 103 days of its initial lockdown. This place has always been an emotion for the Kolkata people, and also it is one of the oldest places, that even witnessed the changing phase from Calcutta to Kolkata.
The heritage eatery opened its shutters on this Thursday, and around 25 regular customers jumped in to relish the ambiance, taste once again. The stated cafeteria has made arrangements for maintaining social distancing and also has kept in mind, not to flout the norms issued by the MHA.
‘We have disinfected the entire premises and made wearing masks mandatory for both the patrons and stuff’, said a spokesman of India Coffee House. The administration has taken the permission and allowance from the local police authorities and is considered to open from 11 am to 6 pm every day except Sundays.
The spokesman also said that ‘We are providing sanitizer to everyone at entrance, disallowing anyone not wearing masks, checking body temperature of patrons with a thermal gun and making our waiters wear gloves.’
The archaic place always had rooms for varied artists, poets, intellectuals, and all other people to grace the world of art and literature. It was like having a session with varied interests of people, just over a cup of caffeine. Coffee House reopening its shutters, is definitely a thing to rejoice.