Vadodara Junction railway station is the main station in the Indian city of Vadodara, Gujarat. It is the ninth busiest railway station in India in terms of frequency of trains.
IRCTC E-catering provides fresh Food Delivery at Vadodara Station. People have to enter their ten digit PNR to access the range of food options. Train food delivery at Vadodara includes restaurants like Hotel Samrat, Hotel Gayatri Bhuvan, Offside Lounge and more along with meals which are local delicacies from local eateries.
Passengers can order food online on IRCTC’s e-catering website or the app. Mode of payment for train food delivery at Vadodara Station includes debit cards, mobile wallets and cash on delivery.
Favourite meals for lunch and dinner include pizza, paneer kadhai, biriyani, fried rice & manchurian, chicken chilly among others. For breakfast aloo paratha, bread butter omelette and grilled cheese sandwich are available. Desserts include gulab jamun, lava cake, butterscotch mousse cake and more.
The station was built in 1861 for the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway company by then Gaekwad ruler Maharaja Khanderao. The station serves three lines: the direct line between Ahmedabad and Mumbai; Vadodara and Chhota Udepur and the Delhi line via Ratlam, Kota and Mathura.