The historical researcher, Mansour Al-Shuweir, reviewed an old photo, taken more than 60 years ago, of a restaurant at the railway station in Riyadh.
Al-Shuwayer said that the photo dates back to the 1950s, and documents a list of drinks and food prices in that period.
The restaurant officials were keen at the time to provide the list in both Arabic and English, and orange juice was at that time for 75 halalas, rice for 50 halalas, pasta for 2 riyals, soup for 50 halalas, rice with meat and broth for 2 riyals and 75 halalas, sweet cakes for 50 halalas, and Pepsi Cola costs 75 halalas, and a cup of coffee or tea was 25 halal at the time.
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