Celebrity chef Saransh Goila has launched his famous Goila Butter Chicken brand in Bengaluru with a delivery-only kitchen, in association with A2Z Hospitality LLP.
Nestled in the heart of the city on Brigade Road, Goila Butter Chicken will operate as a cloud kitchen that offers you delicious creations like –the signature Goila Butter Chicken, Goila Butter Paneer, Kalimirch Tikka, Sindhi Mutton Curry and the quirky Naan Bombs.
A brainchild of Saransh Goila and Vivek Sahani, Goila Butter Chicken, started as a series of pop-ups in Mumbai in 2016. From then it has traveled to Master Chef Australia and been dubbed as the ‘best butter chicken in the world’ by former MasterChef Australia judge George Calombaris.
Speaking about his new venture, Chef and Co-founder, Saransh Goila said, “We are very happy to launch in Bengaluru as the city has a thriving food culture. With Goila Butter Chicken, the city will get a taste of India’s most loved dish with a flavour profile that is authentic, yet very new and different.”
Goila Butter Chicken Bangalore has started with a compact, curated menu of Goila’s take on classic Indian dishes. Along with the signature butter chicken and butter paneer, people can also check out the butter chicken biryani, chicken kali mirch tikka, paneer tikka, butter paneer rolls and so much more that the brand has to offer.
Vishal Nagpal, Managing Partner of A2Z Hospitality LLP, said, “We are very happy to have partnered with Goila Butter Chicken and are looking forward to offering quality North Indian food to Bengaluru. I am confident that Bengalureans will love not only our butter chicken but our entire roster dishes handpicked for the city!”
Goila Butter Chicken currently has outlets in Mumbai, Pune and London. Kicking off the opening of the new outlet in the city, Goila Butter Chicken in association with the World Hunger Warriors Foundation did a feeding for 150 slum children in Koramangala on 6th December.
Goila Butter chicken goes live on Swiggy from 20th December onward. Prices start at INR 220 + tax.