Behind the boom in India's cloud kitchens
- After all the upheavals within the food services industry, can a delivery-focused outlet in a remote location be the future?
- Very few chains or standalone cloud kitchens are making money today, anecdotal evidence suggests. Surely, it’s in vogue but it is also a business with a high mortality rate
NEW DELHI : Around noon, Noshi’s kitchen in Delhi’s Zamrudpur begins to buzz with activity. Double-masked chefs wearing white, blue and beige uniforms clean and chop vegetables and then power up a wok. Soon, the kitchen’s hot section will be ready to steam dim sums, make Asian curries, prepare poke and noodle bowls. One floor up is another kitchen that makes Indian food. Called Pot Pot, this brand serves its food in terracotta and glass pots.