PE firm CX Partners buys majority in TN biryani chain
The funds will be used by the promoters of Dindigul Thalappakatti to expand in metros across India and also overseas.
For the love of chicken & mutton biryani: How political gatherings helped caterers grow big
Tamil Nadu’s love for biryani probably stems from...
Food in Indian Muslim households is beyond biryani & kebabs: Recipes are subtle, and include various vegetables
Sadaf Hussain chronicles home...
Uber Ex-CEO Kalanick grabs slice of Behrouz biryani parent
Food is prepared through a network of tightly-packed kitchen spaces in affordable locations, far from the bustling high streets that restaurant brands favor.
Goldman Sachs, Gojek bet on India's Behrouz Biryani
Rebel Foods says its 235 kitchens in 20 cities produce 2 million orders a month. Most are located in industrial complexes, first floor walk-ups or side alleys where rents are low and capacity is not a constraint.
A prison in Kerala is selling biryani cooked by inmates online
In the first phase, the plan is to sell biryani combo online, priced at Rs 127.
Indians are irrevocably onionised now
No matter which way you slice it, the ap-peel of onions is hard to counter.
Lebanese, Arabic, Irani: Mouthwatering, street delicacies to enjoy in Dubai
Ortego's Grill is fast becoming a Filipino favourite with their modern take on Kabayan (local Filipino) cuisine.
Biryani By Kilo raises Rs 30 cr in series-A round
Investors say building restaurant supply is a huge opportunity in India since the number as well as density of restaurants is limited compared to other economies.
Make the most of Eid celebrations with the lip-smacking flavours of Tandoori Anda Biryani
Mutton, chicken or egg - whatever your choice, we've got them all.
From crispy 'parathas' to flavourful 'qormas': Debunking the many myths of Mughlai cuisine
The crispy paratha parcel with a filling of egg and minced meat is enjoyed with potato sabji and salad or with meat.
What's for dinner? 48% Indians opt to order-in, say it's more economical than hiring a cook at home
The top reasons for people ordering-in include convenience, breaking the monotony and celebrating a special occasion.
Biryani fuels the ballots: An easy-to-serve dish, appealing to workers
Whether its voters who are to be treated, or campaign workers sustained, all elections require food.
Money power, caste politics and Biryani's 'changed' taste in Telangana
For fruit seller Venkatesh, election is all about "money power" and it is hard to believe a wealthy candidate will not "buy votes".
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