The Parliament canteen has expanded its menu and from January 27 it is set to offer 58 food items, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian.
This has been confirmed by an internal circular, according to a media report.
The Parliament canteen is run by the India Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC).
According to the report, the food will be served in the canteen with a no-profit-no-loss approach.
As per the circular, the vegetarian biryani is priced at Rs 50 and a plate of chicken biryani will cost Rs 100 while mutton biryani will be available for Rs 150.
While a vegetarian meal (thali) will cost Rs 100, a plate of fish and chips will be served for Rs 110.
The chicken biryani will cost more than the current rate.
The customer will have to pay more Rs 30 than the current rate of chicken biryani and Rs 50 more for mutton biryani.
The new items that have included in the menu are fish and chips, medu vada, mutton cutlet, omelette, masala poori and uttapam.
The buffet lunch will cost Rs 700.
The small plate of green salad will now cost Rs 25 which was earlier available for Rs 10.
The contract with the Northern Railways, which had been running the Parliament canteen since 1968, was scrapped last year.