The Masala Story by Punjabi By Nature to open three cloud kitchen outlets

The newly outlets are delivery kitchens, ready for home delivery and take away only.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
The Masala Story

Delivery kitchen brand Masala Story is planning to open three new cloud-kitchens amid the pandemic.

It serves authentic North Indian cuisine and has already opened four new outlets in India during the pandemic.

The unpredictable times have urged The Masala Story to innovate and thrive in the business, leading them to the concept of delivery kitchen.

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“We opened our delivery kitchen right before the pandemic. Hence this urged us to strategize as per the given situation. We aim to provide delicious North Indian cuisine with utmost safety to our customers and the environment,” said Manav Deep Singh, co-founder of The Masala Story that uses traditional handis as it gives customers the royal feel without causing any mess.

The newly outlets are delivery kitchens, ready for home delivery and take away only.

They offer freshly cooked dum biryani, kebab, phirni and more at its Haryana and Delhi outlets.

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It also focuses on hygiene and safety guidelines and adds additional sanitary and social distancing requirements like checking temperature, sanitising the kitchen etc. 

Founded in February 2020 it is part of Punjabi By Nature a unit of MR Enterprises came into existence.

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