Indian food is among the most sought after cuisines in the entire world. In the past two years, the technological landscape of food in India has experienced certain huge changes. This has been so huge that people in the food business are now calling Indian foodscape as a giant roller coaster ride. From discovering all-new revenue models to giving rebirth to the beleaguered companies, the food-tech players of India are getting bolder and smarter by the day.
Indian food delivery businesses have helped the food chains and restaurants to make heavy profits. Cloud kitchens are also rapidly evolving in the country. As various businesses of food delivery are getting in terms with the advantages of operating a cloud kitchen, it is getting challenging for the companies to manage both- food delivery as well as the cloud kitchens.
What is a cloud kitchen?
Cloud kitchens are restaurant kitchens that accept incoming food orders just from online ordering services. They don't offer any dine-in facilities. They solely function through a base kitchen that caters to the customers' needs by delivering food at their doorstep. In a cloud kitchen, when an order comes in, it is packed for whisking immediately to the delivery location by the fleet assigned.
Cloud kitchens are on their way to becoming a huge success as they let you focus on your food while cutting down prices on the front-of-house activities. Thanks to the third-party services, this model is ideal for experimenting as the comfort of ordering from mobiles is becoming more comfortable.
Benefits of a Cloud Kitchen
From butter chicken to penne pasta, cloud kitchens let you order any type of cuisine within the comfort of your house. Some of the key benefits of investing in a cloud kitchen are:
• Low costs of real estate
Since you are putting table servicing out of the way while providing delivery-only services, you will be saving a lot of money on the costs of the real estate. You will be free from the pressure of getting space in the high-visibility areas of the town. Moreover, you will not have to pay for parking space, more developed complexes, and accessibility. You just need to have sufficient kitchen space located in a decent region, preferably closer to the target market.
• Low Overhead Costs
In a cloud kitchen, you wouldn’t need space entrance, client-facing staff, parking area, decoration, etc. Your margins of profits are going to be higher even if the menu items are priced low.
• Great Expansion Opportunities
Cloud kitchens don’t demand heavy investments. Starting small and then expanding fast is the secret. You can expand to new menu items and localities after getting loyal customers and building a brand.
Cloud kitchens are, hands down, are writing the new future of the food industry. If you have the passion and want to make it big in the field, building a cloud kitchen might be a wise decision. The risk of loss is way lower than the opportunities for profits, fame, and expansion.
The kebab was, at the time, just meat sprinkled with salt, which was then barbecued and gobbled up by this army on the move. But soon it caught the fancy of Indian chefs. And by their very capable hands, the kebab was perfected into a sublime art.They choose the finest meats, created an amazing array of marinades in which these meats were transformed into savory goodness. Cooking was now also improved.
Best Naan that I have ever had. Food was kick ass. 20-25 min walk from Porter or Davis square. Worth the walk. We even got extra rice for free ( didn't ask for it, they just gave it because they saw that we were low!). Rice does come with the curry. Go!Andrew Franklin
Delicious..., I went 100s of time to house of kebab, service is excellent..n whenever I order, every time they serve something extra n special as a complementary. Honestly, the food is tasty n cheap.. The most interesting thing is that the place is very clean.. Atmosphere is comfortable,n enjoyable...Peter Belly
This was the best Indian food I've had this year. It's fresh and freshly made and it's December. Come without expectations for service and get the garlic naan. The food comes to you as it comes. It's your job to enjoy it.Smith
Excellent food and service. Very fresh and cooked to order--I have dined only for dinner so far. Best Indian food I have had in 30 years. Very generous portions. I plan to eat here regularly. The breads are superb. The vegetable biryani is filled with fresh vegetables and comes with delicious raita, yogurt. Can't wait to return this coming week. Bravo!!Belly
Food was good both waiters are respectful and I have gotten extra rice and food was served quickly.Jhon