From Google to mutton samosas; this man's journey will shock you
From working for Google to running his very own Bhori Kitchen, Munaf has shown that anything is possible if you just put your mind to it
A dish served at The Bohri Kitchen. Pic/www.thebohrikitchen.com
From working for Google to running his very own Bhori Kitchen, Munaf has shown that anything is possible if you just put your mind to it.
Munaf Kapadia, an MBA from Mumbai’s Narsee Monjee was working with Google when he decided to switch gears into entrepreneurship. Called the Bohri Kitchen, the tiny restaurant is run by Munaf and his mother Nafisa and is famous for its authentic Bohri cuisine.
Munaf came upon the idea to start this restaurant came about when Munaf got tired of watching his mom sitting idle and watching ‘Saas-bahu’ serials. Once the restaurant started Nafisa’s smoked mutton kheema samosas and two-day marinated raan became all the rage, and had foodies all over the city thronging to try out Nafisa’s cooking.
Within two years of business, Bohri Kitchen is now one of the most talked about eateries. The kitchen is open only for two days a week – Saturday and Sunday. The menu is rich with lip smacking starters, a huge array of main course delights to choose from, desserts and beverages.
Incidentally, Munaf jas been featured in the Forbes Under 30 list.
As reported by Indiatimes.com
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