Login, pay, eat: Five online food startups in Bengaluru delivering restaurant-like food at your doorstep
A few kind folks in Bengaluru are making life a little bit easier by starting food delivery services that make sure that you eat healthy and eat right.
By Vaishali Bhambri, Burrp
If you are living alone in Bengaluru away from home, we understand your pain. There’s not enough time or interest to cook your own meal and eating out daily could cause a big dent in your monthly budget. A few kind folks in the city are making life a little bit easier by starting food delivery services that make sure that you eat healthy and eat right.
These guys probably understood how a bad breakfast can ruin the day and came up with this healthy and off-beat breakfast alternative. The website delivers a fully loaded three-course breakfast and has a set menu for the day. The food is not plain-jane idli, dosa or poha; there’s a quirk to every dish. You can find everything from paranthas with chutney to mocha choco chip pancake with honey syrup. The place is open from 7.30-11am daily. You can book a weekly or a monthly package at Rs 400 (5 days) and Rs 1,500 (20 days) respectively. At present the delivery happens in Indiranagar and Marthahalli.
Price: Weekly brekkie - Rs 80, Saturday brekkie - Rs 120, Sunday brekkie – Rs 150.
Started by a food engineer – Udit Saran who is B Tech in Food Technology, engineer – Taru Raaj Agrawal and a food doctor – Dr Chef Gregory Lobo who has a Doctorate in hospitality, this website delivers brunches and breakfasts in the major areas of the city. There’s an Anti Hangover breakfast which is a loaded platter of French toast, omelette, baked beans, juice, parfait etc. The Purani Dilli has Amritsari chhole, latpata aloo, khasta kachori, bedmi with raita and buttermilk. There’s an all-day breakfast menu along with burgers and sandwiches. You can order for the same day or book it in advance.
Price: Rs 20o onwards per meal
This start-up works on just one mantra – healthy food which reflects in the ingredients as well as cooking techniques. Limited use of oil and salt makes it apt for those with health issues. You can subscribe for their breakfast, lunch, snacks or dinner packages. First time customers can go for one-day offer before going for the monthly subscription. Their north Indian meal with tawa phulkas for lunch –dinner or multigrain idlis, ragi rolls and red rice poha for snacks or breakfast are one of the best options. You can opt for a large or regular meal based on calorie count.
Price: Rs 55-66/day for breakfast/snacks, Rs 100-120/day for lunch, Rs 110-130/day for dinner
At iTiffin, you can customize your own meal. Pick from General Wellness, Diabetic, Weightloss and High Protein categories, opt for calorie count, vegetarian/non-vegetarian and your meal is ready. A lunch/dinner combo consists of dal, a veg/non-veg preparation, chapattis and rice. They also have a section for salads and healthy snacks. The meals plans are weekly and monthly only.
Price: Rs 575 onwards for weekly and Rs 2,100 for monthly plan (prices differ as per category and calorie count)
This online store and food ordering website lists products made by various home chefs and caterers. Popular food items from their pantry include Orange Glazed Coffee Cake, Almond Streusel Cake, Pesto Rolls, and Focaccia Bread. They deliver all around the city and also conduct cooking and baking workshops. All these details can be found on their website.
Price: Rs 200 onwards
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