Train stops are popping up across India.
The country is the most-populated in the world, with more than 60 million people.
But the number of train stations has been dwindling, leaving the country in the middle of the pack.
So it was a surprise to find a sushi bar in a train station.
The sushi bar at the Siswanjaya station in Kolkata.
It opened on October 3, 2016.
A new restaurant has been added to the train station.(AP Photo/Kumar Das)Train stops have been popping up in train stations across India and the food is available at all stops.
The new restaurant in the train terminal at Siswansanjaya, which opened in October, has opened on Monday, with two more opening on Tuesday.
It is also the first time that a sushi restaurant has opened in Kutch, the capital of Karnataka.
The food is being served at the train stops at Chikkamagaluru, Guntur, Thiruvananthapuram, Coimbatore, Patna, Gurgaon, New Delhi, Mumbai and Nagpur.
There are now eight sushi bars in the country.
“It is our first Japanese restaurant,” said Karthik Suresh, the owner of the restaurant.
“I am excited to introduce the first Indian sushi bar.”
The train stops are all located in the Indian cities of Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkatta, Jaipur, Kannur and Jaipura.
The train stations have been expanded to cover the entire country.
Kolumband’s new sushi bar.
The first sushi bar to open in India.(Courtesy: Kolumband Railways)The train stations are also a place for foodies.
It was just a few months ago when the first sushi restaurant opened at the Kutch train station in Jaipuria.
Now the restaurant has a nameplate.