Mumbai, November 18: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari on Saturday inaugurated two floating restaurants in Mumbai - 'Neverland' and 'Sea Yah'. The high-end restaurants, with a capacity to accommodate 450 people at a time each, will operate between Gateway of India and Marine Drive.
The floating restaurants are part of the ongoing water front development work at Mumbai Port in Mumbai. Gadkari, who heads the Ministry of Shipping, has aimed to maximise the service sector using the coastal line. Angriya Cruise Latest Pictures and Videos Will Make You Want to Book Your Tickets Immediately.
Maharashtra: Union Minister Nitin Gadkari inaugurated two floating restaurants 'Neverland' and 'Sea Yah' in Mumbai yesterday. The restaurants will operate near Gateway of India and Marine Drive. The restaurants can accommodate 450 people at a time. pic.twitter.com/U9dfHfU2kl
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Apart from participating in the Bhoomi Poojan ceremony of the two restaurants, Gadkari also launched the the access Control and RFID System as well as development of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
The Minister on Saturday also invited tenders for the Mumbai-Elephanta Ropeway and a Super Specialty Hospital at the Mumbai Port.
The 8-km long Mumbai-Elephanta Ropeway would be the world's longest ropeway over sea. The project has been envisaged at a cost Rs 800 crore, and will be completed by August, 2022.