Coronavirus has inspired us to do many things including bringing the creative best out in people. Like all of you must have seen the contactless golgappe vending machine by now right? Adding to the list of creativity, a restaurant in Tamil Nadu’s Madurai town has taken the coronavirus awareness too seriously and has come up with mask-shaped parottas.
The idea was ideated by KL Kumar who is the owner of Madurai’s one of the biggest restaurant chains named Temple City. As per a report the Hindu, the restaurant began serving the innovative parottas on Tuesday and it’s surely a treat to both eyes and of course, the tongue.
Kumar said the pinch of creativity was to aware people of the need for social distancing and wearing a mask. This is also important because Tamil Nadu is one of the worst corona-affected states in India.
The parotta cost Rs 50 each and can be found 1.2 km away from the Maattuthavani bus terminus. And also, people, naturally, can’t stop talking about them.
The state has seen 1,18,594 cases as the number of coronavirus cases in India has surged to 7,42,417, while the number of fatalities has surged past 20,000. And sadly, the fear of cornavirus being a thing is also lagging among people making it difficult for the goverenemnt to control the situation.
In April, a Kolkata sweet shop made corona-misti and cupcakes in bright red hues mirroring the virus to fight the fear against the pandemic.