With food running in the family, my grandfather started the 1st organized banqueting way back in 1973. He laid the foundation for the ever-growing wedding catering Industry in the city years back.
After many years of successfully serving the city, another trendsetting venture was started In Feb 2003, by his son Maninder Singh Sakhi laying the foundation for the one and only take away restaurant in the city serving a multi cuisine menu named as ‘Wat’z Kukin?’ which has changed the dining trend in the city since then.
From that moment on, the evening meal or the late dinner took on a completely new meaning. The place quickly turned into the place to be for great food served in a quick time on any day.
Growing up see my elders serving the city with compassion, love and personal touch, I was instinctively drawn in hospitality. It was my indeed a natural calling. Started my 1st stint in hospitality was my 1st job in mc donalds in 2003 in Delhi as an associate.
Meanwhile working there I had applied for Hospitality management from IHM-A (Taj group) Aurangabad, which I always wanted to do since I was in school. From trainings at Taj hotels in Delhi, Goa, Mumbai, serving in state banquets and events during then, working in all departments of the hotel, Post Graduation, I pursued a short carrier with The Marriott’s in Mumbai, finally joining the family business in 2010.
Instrumental in evolving the business and successfully introducing the most elaborate menu in the takeway format in the city. As a family in food, we have always believed in cooking with honesty and love, the prime ingredients of any cuisine. I truly believe that a happy chef can turn around any dish superbly even with simplest of ingredients.
Also as what we follow in our business, we believe in honest food, keeping astray from tastemakers or food enhancers, we make all base sauces from scratch be it Chinese, Indian, tandoor or the successfully introduced gourmet food, serving the food in its purest form.
So when I came across eat with India, the company’s mission, culture and philosophy, it instantly clicked.
Zafrani Gobi (A classic punjabi cauliflower preparation)
Lehsuni Chicken Tikka (Succulent chicken pieces marinated with garlic and spices)
Saag Gosht (Mutton cooked with spinach)
Pindi Channa (Chickpea cooked with punjabi spices)
Dal Makhni (A creamy preparation of whole black lentils)
Palak Paneer (A classic cottage chesse preparation)
Kulfi (A classic indian frozen dairy dessert)
Get to know about the traditions and cuisine in India.
Min. 5-30 guests
Veg & Non-Veg