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The Guy Who Quit His Job At Google To Sell Samosas, Now Has A Turnover Of Rs.50 Lakh

We Indians love food and we have so many different varieties of food based on our culture. As we have…

By Abhinav D Anand in News on July 14, 2017

We Indians love food and we have so many different varieties of food based on our culture. As we have so many varieties we have different restaurants and food which offer so many varieties. These food items are many times rift from their original taste, but this one is not that type. The Bohri Kitchen in Mumbai which was opened a few years back and in two years it became famous for the original Bohri food it offers. The Bohri Kitchen is run by Munaf Kapadia and his Mom, in Mumbai.

Munaf is an MBA from Mumbai’s Narsee Monjee Institute and was an employee at Google. Munaf quit his job at Google to open The Bohri Kitchen and sell mutton samosas. He wanted to keep his Mom Nafisa busy and get the world to taste of delicious food which she keeps on his dinner table every day. This is why he started Bohri Kitchen. Though he quit his job in Google, today his own company’s turnover is Rs. 50 Lakhs and he even mentioned in the 30 under 30 Forbes List.

The food of The Bohri Kitchen was sold out. Soon, Nafisa’s Mutton Kheema Samosas and marinated raan became the toast of the town. Then soon they became the talk of foodies in Mumbai.

The Bohri Kitchen is now two years old and is one of the most talked places in Mumbai.

The meal starts here with starters, a massive main course, desserts, beverages, and condiments.

The celebrities like Rani Mukherjee, Ashutosh Gowariker, Farah Khan, and Huma Qureshi loved the food and appreciated.

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So this just happened.

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The Bohri kitchen works out of Munaf’s house in Mumbai. If you want to taste their delights, you need to get in touch with Munaf.

Munaf and his mom Nafisa works twice in a week, i.e; every Saturday and Sunday. Though Munaf Kapadia quit his job in Google, he is happy by selling Samosas.

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