Birian to Biryani

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There can be little doubt that biryani originated in Iran. Even the name biriyani can be traced to the original Persian “birinj biriyan” – fried rice. It was through the Mughals that it entered the Indian culinary scene. 

The pop up is dedicated to all the nani’s, mothers, aunts, uncles and culinary gurus who have inspired others to cook or to enjoy food! They are the magicians who through their art and love, make the food soulful. 

Born in an Iranian household, Chef Abol’s dishes, though seemingly Mughlai, have a strong Persian influence. The menu is a leaf off Chef Abol’s diary of dishes that he learnt from his nani(grandmother). What better way to share memory than to share a meal!

Non Vegetarian / INR 620

  • Gosht Ki Kachori (With Condiments)
  • Murg Biryani (Made with homemade Irani Spices, accompanied by kachumber)
  • Nishasta (Saffron infused pudding with gum arabic and topped with roasted nuts)

Vegetarian / INR 550

  • Pyaz aur Kacche Kele Ki Kachori (With Condiments)
  • Tarkari Biryani (Made with homemade Irani Spices, accompanied by kachumber)
  • Nishasta (Saffron infused pudding with gum arabic and topped with roasted nuts)

Each portion serves one. Delivery between 6.30 PM and 7.30 PM on Friday, 30 Oct 2020. Pre-order only. Delivery charges apply.