The Punjab Kitchen: Home-made Food at its Best
The ideation of The Punjab Kitchen occurred to Ekta Gogia when she shifted to Gurgaon. Ekta who is herself a passionate cook by nature perceived the struggle of a large immigrant population to find professional services offering simple, hygienic home cooked food. In reality, this was what they missed on a regular basis. This concerned her. Zeroing in, she gave rise to her own food service
Known to be a successful online food delivery platform, The Punjab Kitchen tries brand named The Punjab living up to their long legacy of hearty food and their menu is a testament to the same. Throwing light on this, Ekta mentions, “We pride ourselves in upholding the glorious culture and lifestyle of Punjab. The rich culture has a warmth and sense of hospitality that can put even the wariest traveller at ease. The authentic, home-cooked Punjabi food then, is a quintessential part of our hospitality, and we preserve that essence in every delicacy we serve”.
Known to be a successful online food delivery platform, The Punjab Kitchen tries living up to their long legacy of hearty food and their menu is a testament to the same
The Taste of Punjab!
Punjabi cuisine is known for its diverse range, and the explosion of flavours. The chefs at The Punjab Kitchen ensures that each dish on their menu lives up to and exceeds customer expectations. “Our chefs have devoted their time and effort in ensuring that each dish speaks a
The company ensures timely delivery (within 60 mins) is provided to the customer and here the limited menu comes handy; which is easy to manage by the kitchen team. The packaging is disposable and is very quick to work upon. The logistics is inbound - very reliable and prompt in action.
Carving a niche
Being a start-up, The Punjab Kitchen relies heavily on social media to propagate their services and more importantly to get review/feed backs via current base of customers. “A testimony to this is our Zomato page with more than 100+ reviews in less than 6 months of our launch and an overall rating of 4+. We now get an average of 50 customers per day with average ticket size of Rs 200,” mentions Ekta enthusiastically.
In the years to come, team The Punjab Kitchen intends to put the learning of setting up the brand to launch more concepts especially in the exotic food space to cater to different TG. “We certainly want to grab a bigger piece of the pie of the food-tech market, “concludes Ekta.