This New Kitchen In Mahim Will Send Parsi Food & Slow-Cooked Meaty Stews To Your Home

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Two food forces, the Bawi Bride Kitchen and the Hungry Cat Kitchen are joining hands to form a common central kitchen in Mumbai. Hurrah!

More Food, More Places

On July 1, Mumbai’s two delicious culinary kitchens are starting operations in a new central kitchen, The Greedy Foods Kitchen, to make more food, and to take it to more places in Mumbai.

What does this include? Our fave Bawi Bride, Perzen Patel who has been doling out authentic Parsi dishes from her home, will now be operating from here and expanding her delivery location from just Bandra–Worli to Vile Parle to Worli now. Along with her, the Hungry Cat Kitchen, purveyors of the much underrated homely, hearty food, who had earlier only been doing catering parties and pop ups is starting a permanent kitchen. From here, they will be sending their delicious and warm curries, pies, stews and casseroles {pork lovers will enjoy the menu} for lunch across the city through Scootsy.

Not just this, but the two are also starting a new corporate catering brand called Lil Miss Greedy, that caters for meetings and other office events. They will also start corporate lunches from August 1.

So, We're Saying...

This news, small as may seem will be the reason boxfuls of Perzen’s patra ni machchi and warm Swedish apple pies will reach you come July. We can smell the waft of delicious food nearing us already.

Follow the Bawi Bride here and Hungry Cat Kitchen here for more.


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