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Gujarat Man Sues Restaurant for Rs 30L For “Mistakenly” Serving him Non Veg

| Updated: April 6, 2024 12:19

A customer has sued a restaurant seeking Rs 30.50 lakh in compensation for serving him non-vegetarian  dish. Gaurang Raval, a resident of Shela, went to the Cube Lounge restaurant in Club O7 on March 7 with his sister and brother-in-law.  

They ordered Veg Makhanwala and other dishes. When the dish was served, it did not seem to be a vegetarian dish. The chef, however, assured them that it was vegetarian and insisted that they taste and review it. 

They ate the dish, but it turned out that they had been served Murg Makhanwala. Later, the chef admitted there had been a mistake and the restaurant management tendered a written apology for the blunder. 

They left the restaurant, but his sister began vomiting and fell sick. His relationship with his sister and brother-in-law has been strained ever since. 

In his suit filed before the Ahmedabad (Rural) Consumer Dispute Redressal Commission through advocate Kuntal Joshi on Thursday, Raval complained that his complaint had been taken very lightly and the restaurant offered them a free lunch. 

Raval has sought Rs 10 lakh in compensation from the restaurant for causing mental agony and significant distress by hurting his religious sentiments, as non-vegetarian food is not his dietary preference and there was also a breach of agreement between the restaurant and the customer. 

He also demanded Rs 20 lakh in compensation for violation of his constitutional and legal rights by making him eat food that his religion prohibits and for the actions that disturbed his family relationship. 

He also sought Rs 50,000 towards litigation costs. The heavy compensation has been sought by the complainant saying that making him eat non-vegetarian food went against his religious beliefs because he belongs to the Brahmin community. 

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