An Indian restaurant is offering a 'COVID curry' to customers.



The dish features a paratha in the shape of a mask and a Kofta in the shape of a pointed crown to resemble the appearance of coronavirus.

The restaurant in Rajastha, India, will give customers a discount if they have recovered from COVID-19 if they provide medical proof.

Owner Yash Solanki explained: ''The restaurant business has totally been crashed by the pandemic, and our chefs have come out with innovative dish ideas.

''We are also offering special discount to the COVID recovered patients to show our respect towards them for fighting off such a deadly virus and recovering from it.

''As mask and COVID shares a unbreakable bond, how can COVID Curry be served without the mask paratha?''