Delhi: Atul Kapur the man who launched ‘Rasoi on Wheels’ provides freshly-cooked meals to the poor and needy,and not just leftovers.
He is one of the five business partners who run QBA restaurant in Connaught Place, who calls it an individual’s social responsibility.
Initially ‘Rasoi On Wheels’ used to serve
11,000 meal packets in their first month, and now they are packaging 30,000 meals every month.
They operate out of an 800-square foot kitchen in CP and serve the choicest of meals at pocket-friendly prices that varies from chapatis to kadhi chawal, from rajma to vegetable noodles at only Rs. 35 to 65.
The meals are distributed to kids of construction workers, kids in slum schools, truck drivers, and they even organise Sunday langars for the homeless.
Mr. Kapur says the profit which he makes are not skyrocketing high and definitely incomparable to those who operate in the hospitality sector. He said, it’s all about one thing: “Giving has not made anyone poor.”
Rasoi on Wheels has converted old Maruti van, into a meal-serving vehicle which transports food to the poor and hungry.