While the pieces of bread have donned the look like surgical masks, the fried vegetable balls have been shaped to look like the "crowned" coronavirus
A restaurant in Rajasthan of India has come up with the unique "COVID Curry" and "Mask Naans", to attract customers afraid of eating out during Covid-19 pandemic.
Yash Solanki, owner of the vegetarian Vedic eatery in Jodhpur, told AFP: "This has been a really tough time for us and for our entire sector," reported the NDTV.
While the pieces of bread have donned the look like surgical masks, the fried vegetable balls have been shaped to look like the "crowned" coronavirus.
Mr Solanki said that they had also added, and advertised, that their "COVID Curry" had extra herbs and spices that were good for people's health.
"Even with recently relaxed curbs, the fear still dominates. People are still very reluctant to eat out," said Solanki.
Almost 800 people have been dying daily from coronavirus in India, with around 50,000 new infections reported every 24 hours.
India has had 1.8 million cases, the third-highest in the world behind the United States and Brazil, and more than 38,000 deaths.