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Restaurant Opens “Samosa Corners” in Response to Twitter Poll

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Restaurant Opens "Samosa Corners" in Response to Twitter Poll

How many of you can recall when your parents bought you samosas on their way home from work? Samosas are the ideal solution for evening meal cravings or a snack with a hot cup of tea for the majority of Indians. An Internet user explained on Twitter how his poll caused a restaurant to introduce a new dish named “Samosa Corners.” With no typical potato filling, the snack is only the samosa crust.
“Since it is the season of converting Twitter polls into goods, here’s genuine proof that this works,” says Shreyas Doshi’s description on Twitter.

“The creator of @Samosa Party recently DM’d me that they were inspired by my recent poll regarding the difference between the crust and filling for samosas, and they’ve launched “Samosa Corners,” Crust wins,” he further said. 

Mr. Doshi also shared a copy of the communication the restaurant’s founder had sent to him. The notification says, “Hello, Shreyas! I am the Samosa Party’s Founder. Constructing India’s first ethnic QSR. Your poll on samosas gave us the idea to introduce this special product. We call it the “Samosa Corners, ” which is simply the Crust offered with our special chutneys for snacking.” He uploaded a photo of the new meal along with the text.

Over 1,400 people have liked the post since it was published on November 2. Numerous individuals also made similar comments. A person posted a screenshot of the meal on the food delivery app to verify that it had been prepared.

“The scope of this concept is enormous! Awaiting the opening of its outlets over the counter, “a user stated.

Another user said, “This is very awesome, and their cheese corn samosas are to die for.”

Another person said, “Very impressive.”

On September 17, Mr. Doshi conducted the survey. He enquired, “In a samosa, which portion do you appreciate more?” the Twitter audience. Ten thousand seven hundred fifteen votes were cast, of which 24.2 percent went to the filling, and 57.3 percent went to the Crust. The choices included “Neither. “What is a samosa? ” and “I am a bot.”

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