New Mississauga restaurant offering free meals for 100 people
If you are hoping to save some pennies this holiday season (you might already be in the red if you have lots of friends and family members to buy for), you might be pleased to hear that you can potentially score a free meal in Mississauga and support a good cause while you’re at it.
Butter Chicken Roti, a fast-growing gourmet Indian roti franchise from Toronto, just opened its first location in the Streetsville neighbourhood in Mississauga. To celebrate, it's giving away free full-size meals to the first 100 people this Friday, Dec. 13, at its grand opening event.
The restaurant will also donate an additional 100 hot meals to local food banks to address the spike in food bank users in Mississauga.
The event will kick off at 11:00 am in the Streetsville Village Square, which is located near the impossible-to-miss Christmas tree.
The free signature roti meals that will go to the first 100 guests are valued at about $15 +tax, and diners can also get a free snack (gulab jamum or samosa) with any roti purchase all weekend long.
The CEO of Butter Chicken Roti and AJN Hospitality Group, Arun Nath, will make remarks encouraging people to give back this holiday season.
Other special guests will include Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie, MP Gagan Sikand, MPP Nina Tangri, Councillor George Carlson, and directors from local food banks.
Butter Chicken Roti allows you to customize all meals, including spice level, toppings and roti vs rice. The resto also offers vegetarian, vegan and halal options.
Will you be trying to get some free roti?
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