Zomato’s “Ghar Ka Khana” Tweet Goes Viral, Even Deepinder Goyal Is Surprised Along With Twitterati


Even Deepinder Goyal is surprised.

Written By Rahul R | Mumbai | Updated On:

Zomato’s “ghar ka khana” tweet has now been taking social media by storm. The online food ordering/delivery application (app) has stated, “Guys, kabhi kabhi ghar ka khana bhi kha lena chahiye,” much to the surprise of netizens among whom Twitterati have been wondering if there is a new service launch from Zomato on the lines of a home food delivery aspect, and there are others who have simply hilariously stated that Zomato could be recommending some random “ghar ka khana” restaurant. All these tweets have now gone viral. 

Zomato’s ghar ka khana tweet also takes Deepinder Goyal by surprise

Zomato’s above tweet also came under view by Founder Deepinder Goyal who expressed surprise, check out his tweet below first: 



Now, check out Zomato’s Ghar Ka Khana tweet below: 



Now, in line with a cross-section of netizens, it becomes natural to ponder over whether Zomato’s above tweets are cryptic indications of a new service wherein home-cooked meals are delivered to patrons. Here, rival Swiggy recently introduced the Daily app through which cutomers are supplied home-style meals prepared by tiffin service providers, home chefs among other genuine vendors.  

Twitterati’s reaction to Zomato's “Ghar Ka Khana” is hilarious 

Twitterati expressed surprise through hilarious reactions, as soon as Zomato’s “Ghar Ka Khana” tweet went viral. Check out some eye-catchy ones, below: 










In related news, despite the recent heavy rains, online food delivery apps delivered food ordered by patrons by seemingly putting their own lives at risk. A delivery partner from Swiggy also delivered a birthday cake to a customer in the heavy rains. Check out this tweet below. This means that customers can still use popular online food ordering/delivery services even in rain-flood like conditions. 


Also Read: Tipping Zomato Delivery Partners During Heavy Rains Gets Netizens Thinking, Twitterati Also Appeals To Be Human Towards Food Delivery Boys 

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