THE JOY OF FOOD
OUR EXTRAORDINARY SQUAD OF CULINARY CHEFS
UNCOVERING UNIQUE COOKING PRACTICES
NOTHING BUT THE BEST INGREDIENTS
We believe that any recipe is only as good as its ingredients. That’s why our chefs go to enormous lengths to handpick everything that goes into our food. Perfectly blended spices, the freshest picked vegetables, our prime cuts of meat, and every other premium ingredient ensures that your culinary experience with us nothing short of remarkable. Our chefs would not have it any other way.
Food is more than survival – food is joyous, it brings us together in our moment of celebration, and it brings us comfort in our moments of sadness. It helps us make friends and build community. we want to do our little part in bringing the joy of food into your lives. Whether it’s just you yearning for a delicious plate of biryani after a hard day at work, or if it’s an intimate gathering of your closest friends, or a big family celebration –We are more than packaged food delivery, we are a joyous culinary experience delivered at your doorstep.
To make your food adventures extraordinary our phenomenal team of culinary karigars meticulously pore over every detail of the cooking process. Empowered with decades of experience with the best names in the industry, our chefs recreate the magic of age-old cooking techniques in our kitchens every day. Our chefs showcase skills and craftsmanship that can only be acquired by rigorous practice or have been handed down through generations.
With a passion for rediscovering time-honored cooking methods, we focus on traditional techniques like slow cooking, chargrilling, tandoor cooking, and the art of Dum. An ode to the time-tested process, all our biryanis are slowly cooked on Dum in the handis they are served in. Dum means ‘breathe in’ and pukht means ‘cook’. While many brands claim to use the Dum technique, we implicitly recognize that it is simply not enough to just put a dough cover on the pot. The art of Dum is delicate and requires a fine balance of cooking ingredients up to the correct intensity prior, and then letting the rest cook within the Dum pot on a slow fire - a process our biryani chefs have skillfully mastered over time.