PANJIM, April 7 -- At a plush villa in Dona Paula, a large extended family, almost all of whom
can cook well, with a retinue of staff, the lockdown has been a breeze food wise, as long as raw material and fresh groceries were available. But still the pangs of ordering that spicy biriyani, the pizza with all its toppings or even waffles remained.
And when food delivery apps opened up the orders started getting placed in a frenzy. Almost as if a much awaited candy store had opened just before Christmas.
Clearly many feel that if they can't go to the restaurant, the restaurant can
surely come to them- albeit with social distancing and 'contact-less delivery', new phrases are being constantly added to the Corona virus lexicon.
So will 'ord...