Are you hungry? The food in the pantry is unhygienic! And even if it’s hygienic, then you have limited options because there is no choice in the train for food. These type of questions always come in our mind whenever we are travelling in the train.

Now this time, Domino’s has decided to deliver pizzas on the Indian trains in the upcoming days. The Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corporation (IRCTC) has teamed up with Jubilant Networks to deliver pizzas across 12 stations in the country. Jubilant runs Domino’s Pizza and has a 70% share the market of pizza in India.

Stations where pizza can be ordered:

  • Agra Cantonment
  • Alwar
  • Jaipur
  • Ambala
  • Jalandar
  • Mathura
  • Muzaffarnagar
  • New Delhi
  • Pathankot
  • Vapi
  • Bharuch
  • Vadodra

At present, only those passengers can order pizzas, who are travelling without pantry cars in trains. Mr. Sandip Dutta, who is spokesperson for the IRCTC told to the Quartz, that the pizza delivery will be extended to more trains and stations. Currently, there are three options by which passengers can order pizza: 

  1. Book it online via
  2. By calling a toll free number (1800-1034-139 and 0120-2383892-99).
  3. They can text “MEAL” along with their PNR number to 139.

IRCTC runs all these service. Two hours before the train’s scheduled arrival at the station, passengers have to order their pizza. Mr. Dutta said that “It’s just like home delivery”. IRCTC also talked with Cafe Coffee Day, Pizza Hut and Barista to open their branches at railway stations.