The Australian food court was named after Indian Prime Minister in honour of his visit to the country. The food court has about 60 Indian varieties in their menu.
A restaurant in Brisbane, Australia has been named 'Namo's Indian Food Court' in honour of visiting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the country, reported Deccan Chronicle.
The Indian community located in the country has welcomed him with great zeal.
The Indian community in Australia said that they are proud of Prime Minister Modi as he has fulfilled the wishes of the people.
"Being a Gujarati, I am proud of him. It feels like somebody from my native land has come to meet me," said a customer at 'Namo's Indian Food Court' located in Brisbane.
The customer also mentioned that PM Modi is going to be the next Sardar Patel of India.
Another Indian at 'Namo's Indian Food Court' thanked India for its cordial relations with Australia. He said the Australian Government has been safeguarding the Indian community very well because of the good ties between the two nations.
Mukhtar Ali, an Indian by origin who is the owner of Grand Taj Restaurant in Brisbane, also praised Prime Minister Modi.
The food court has about 60 Indian varieties in their menu and all the spices are imported from India.
The restaurant also has Gujarati food menu that includes 'curry, dhokla, khakra and puri' for the breakfast.