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Updated: March 8, 2014 22:53 IST

Biryani and kebabs join the fast food league!

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HYDERABAD,06/03/2014:Founder of Sri Capital, Sashi Reddy , at the launch of Indian Fast Food format , financed by venture capitalists , in Hyderabad on Thursday. ---PHOTO: NAGARA GOPAL
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HYDERABAD,06/03/2014:Founder of Sri Capital, Sashi Reddy , at the launch of Indian Fast Food format , financed by venture capitalists , in Hyderabad on Thursday. ---PHOTO: NAGARA GOPAL

‘Hello Curry’ promises to deliver meals within 30 minutes to its clients anywhere in the city and in just two minutes across the counter

Move over two minute noodles, now one can get served biryanis and kebabs in exactly the same time. A city-based fast food company, ‘Hello Curry’ has come up with a promise to deliver meals within 30 minutes to your preferred destination and in just two minutes at the counter.

Starting off as a pilot project, the outlet presently has two branches, one in Madhapur and the other in Gachibowli.

On Thursday, a press meet was held to celebrate the success of the store along with an announcement that a SRI Capital, a venture fund, was investing Rs. 3 crore in the company.
Talking about their model, store founders – Raju Bhupathi and Sandeep – said the quick service industry within India was growing at phenomenal pace and hence it was decided to come up with an all exclusive Indian menu offering, which was unique to the market.

Sandeep, Director, Hello Curry said, “For the first time, Indian food is being packed in such a convenient way that our customers can straight away eat out of the package without having to bother about plates or cutlery.”

Four more outlets will be opened by July and operations will commence in Bangalore and Chennai soon. To order, call 66896689

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