Asansol railway division is one of the four railway divisions under Eastern Railway zone of Indian Railways. This railway division was formed on 1925 and its headquarter is located at Asansol in the state of West Bengal of India. This railway station is a railway station located in the Asansol Sadar subdivision of Paschim Bardhaman district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It serves Asansol and the surrounding areas. Established in 1925, Asansol Division is one of the oldest divisions of Indian Railways. Its station code is ASN. It is said that this railway station is one of amongst the top hundred booking stations of Indian Railway.152 trains originate or pass through Asansol railway station. All trains except the Howrah Rajdhani and Howrah/Sealdah Duronto stop here.
People of Asansol prepare mouth watering dishes. The food dishes made here have traditional Indian, Chinese, Mughlai, Rajasthani, and Gujarati influences. Rice is a staple food of Asansol, but as Asansol is located near the coastline, fish is also frequently eaten by the residents. Some of the rice dishes prepared in Asansol are Bengali Pulao, Kachchi Biryani, and Nawab Pulao. The non-veg side dishes include roasted lamb, Kebab, and roasted duck. In the veg dishes, the range includes potato curry, jackfruit curry, gourd curry, poori, and Chinese pork roll and fish meal. Railrider has been consistently delivering good quality meals to its travelling customers almost all over India. We are committed to bringing you hygiene and quality so that you can enjoy your meals in peace. Now you can also order your food while you are on your way to Asansol by placing an order online. The menu includes the following items: Choose between non-veg egg thali or chicken non veg thali, which also includes roti, rice, pickle, curd and other side dishes to complete the meal. You also have the choice to order an appetizer from the menu. Select between non veg or veg soup to tingle those taste senses. For light snacks in the evening, you can also order between egg, veg, chicken and paneer rolls.
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