Top 10 Cloud Kitchen Restaurants in India You Need to Know

Orders come in, meals are cooked, packed, and immediately sent to their delivery locations by the assigned fleet. With the availability of third-party services and the increasing comfort of mobile ordering, this model seems to be right to experiment within the cloud kitchen in India. There are more benefits involved, such as:

Lower real estate costs

Since you’re removing table service from the equation and offering a delivery-only service, you’re going to save a huge amount on real estate costs. Cloud kitchens release you from the obligation to have space in a high-visibility area. Instead of paying for accessibility, better-developed complexes, or even a large parking space, you can concentrate on having enough kitchen space in a decent area near your target market and find the best cloud kitchen in India.

Better expansion opportunities

The best thing about cloud kitchens is that you don’t need a lot of investment to get started. You can start small, but you can expand quickly. Once you build a brand and get loyal customers, it’s easier to expand to new locations and even a new menu variety. Take the example of Faasos, today there are more than 160 kitchens and four brands, including Faasos, Behrouz Biryani, Oven Story, and Firangi Bake.

Saving on overhead costs

You save so much on overhead costs with a Cloud kitchen in India. You don’t need a client-facing staff, decoration or space entrance, parking space, etc. Even if you have lower-priced menu items, your profit margin is likely to be better.

Also Read: Concept of Cloud Kitchen & How Cloud Kitchen works in India?

There are plenty of Cloud Kitchen in India, Some of the famous Kitchen are listed below:

1.Faasos: The Biggest Cloud Kitchen Restaurant Company in India

Faasos

Faasos

Most of the time, the low phases of a person’s life help him/her find the right path to their future. But what if you’re already on the right path, but you’re no longer interested in this very path? The same happened to two friends, Jaydeep Barman and Kallol Banerjee, from Kolkata, India, who were working with one of the finest companies, but still, something they always felt was missing. So, that’s what they did, they founded Faasos.

Faasos is the world’s largest online restaurant service offering its customers on-demand food delivery services. Faasos is way different from Grubhub, Uber Eats, and Zomato.

In March 2014, the company launched its mobile app. The launch of the app increased the number of orders, and only 80% of the orders came from the app. The app was easy to use and the owners, therefore, decided to turn their service into an app-only service. The app processes more than 30,000 orders every month.

As of 2017, Faasos operated at 150 locations in 20 major cities of India, including Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Surat, Kolkata, Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Gurgaon, Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Indore, etc.

Contact Info:

Phone No. – 7700020020

Email – [email protected]

2. Behrouz Biryani

Behrouz Biryani

Behrouz Biryani

Legend whispers of a mythical kingdom called Behrouz, 2,000 years ago, which was popular all over the world for its recipe of layered rice and secret spices. A recipe that attracted kings and masses alike; a dish that we now know as Biryani.

The recipe was lost forever when King Cyrus besieged Behrouz until it was discovered among the ruins. With this Biryani, we brought this lost Behrouz recipe back to life.

See how clean and safe hygienic Behrouz is keeping. Watch here

Contact Info:

Phone No – 7700050050

3. Oven Story

Oven Story

Oven Story

Four years ago, young Luca, a wiry man with an intense love for Pizza, decided to cut himself loose and set foot in Positano, Italy. Well, he’s making pizza for a living, creating stories. He travels the globe in search of local flavors and ingredients for his cheese and generally lives to the fullest.

The time has come to brighten up your day with the cheesy delights that Ovenstory Pizza has to offer. Located across the country, Ovenstory Pizza serves lip-feeling delights that will spur your happiness quotient through the rooftop. Indulge in the blissful experience that comes with every slice of delicious pie, and revel in the joys that come with the delicious treats that they offer. So, gather your mates and head down to the Overstory Pizza that’s closest to you for a great experience.

Contact Info:

Phone No – 7738383000

4. Sweet Truth

Sweet Truth

Sweet Truth

So if you’re looking to give yourself some high-quality sweet desserts or gourmet dessert treats, or just want to give your friends and family food gifts for a special occasion, then all you have to do is order Sweet Truth dessert online, and we’re going to take care of your homemade dessert delivery.

From weddings to birthdays, from special occasions to birthdays, Cakes always steal the show. For a good number of years, we’ve actually believed that people are attending weddings and delivering birthday cakes just to get them to eat good cakes. But this isn’t always the case. However, one thing you’ll notice is that beautiful cakes always lit up the occasion and add that much needed happy vibe.

Contact Info:

Phone No – 77100 55553

5. Firangi Bake

Firangi Bake

Firangi Bake

Another place that only delivers, but is definitely on the list of places to go ahead and order great Mexican food. Try the Chicken Keema Quesadillas or the Tangy Chana Quesadillas (if you’re vegetarian). They also have a good lasagne in a few variations. Minced Chicken Lasagne: Lasagne was topped with cheese that was very similar to Dominos cheese and had a great taste. Lasagne itself had very mild flavors, but it was good in taste.

It is the outlet of the food chain that only offers home delivery options. It serves Mexican and Italian food. It offers a variety of fusion dishes. All the items have been added with an Indian twist. Try the Tandoori Kukkad Pot Rice. The Minced Chicken Lasagne is another dish worth mentioning. The food is packed in a hygienic box.

Contact Info:

Phone N0 – 7710090007

Also Read: What You Should Know Before Ordering an Online Food

Some of the Cloud Kitchen Models in India

6. The independent cloud kitchen model

This is the original model of the cloud kitchen. A restaurant with no seating and no physical store. Restaurant owners or food business entrants avoid high rents and real estate costs by disposing of the front-of-house. This concept has gained popularity with the growth of online ordering and growing consumer demand for deliveries.

How it works:

  • Orders come from online sources
  • Kitchen only
  • Specialized in a cuisine
  • Delivery only
  • A mix of aggregator dependency and self-reliance for orders and deliveries

7. The Rebel foods (Faasos) business model

The more elaborate cloud kitchens are based on data intelligence, such as smart demographics of residents, popular cuisines, and hyperlocal demand-supply. The idea here is to address the demand for the most popular dishes (Biriyani, North Indian, Chinese, Burgers, Pizza & Pasta – that’s really the case in India) in a neighborhood (5-6 km radius) with relatively smaller restaurant options to serve these dishes.

This model is clever because it places separate brands as their own individual establishments. And having a single shared kitchen keeps operating costs low. This model is very similar to the original cloud kitchen Concept model with no physical storefront. You could think of it as a cloud-based specialty cuisine, owned by the same mother brand, sharing the same kitchen.

How it works:

  • Orders come from online sources
  • Single kitchen, multiple brands
  • Each brand specialized in a cuisine
  • Delivery only
  • A mix of aggregator dependency and self-reliance for orders and deliveries

8. The Freshmenu business model 

It’s kind of a mashup between a takeaway restaurant and a cloud kitchen. It looks like a cloud kitchen concept business model for the most part, but it also has a storefront. There is a storefront to allow customers to walk in and see how their food is prepared if they ever want to.

How it works:

  • Orders come from online sources
  • Single kitchen, single brand
  • Changing menu that has a mix of seasonal dishes and bestsellers
  • Delivery and take away
  • A mix of aggregator dependency and self-reliance for orders and deliveries

9. The Swiggy Access business model

This cloud kitchen concept model often referred to as the “shell” in food business circles, is basically an optimally located empty kitchen space with a bare minimum infrastructure – gas pipelines, drainage, and ventilation systems. Established (or new) restaurant businesses rent that kitchen space, use Swiggy’s online ordering, delivery fleet, and menu intelligence to set up a restaurant. The restaurant includes equipment, staff, raw materials, and recipes. In simple, the restaurant does the cooking, and Swiggy does the rest of it.

How it works:

  • Orders come from Swiggy
  • Single kitchen, multiple restaurant “partner” brand
  • The Restaurant takes care of the menu, kitchen equipment, and staff
  • Delivery and fulfillment, by Swiggy

10. The Kitopi business model 

This is a relatively new concept in the cloud kitchen business model mix. You can outsource everything from your call center operations, your kitchen, and delivery to this model. Imagine a restaurant where the vast majority of the kitchen appetizers are outsourced and delivered to your kitchen. Your chefs can make the final touches and Kitopi picks it up again for delivery.

How it works:

  • Orders come in via Kitopi owned call center, through your own online platforms and third parties
  • Kitopi buys and stores your raw materials
  • Then “pre-prepares” the food in its centralized kitchen
  • Kitopi then sends over the food to your kitchen for final touches
  • Picks it up and delivers it to your customer

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Final Thoughts

Are you ready for a time when more than half of the restaurant consumption is outside the restaurant? It’s definitely around the corner. If you have any more questions about setting up a Cloud kitchen in India. Ask in the comments and we’re going to get back to you.

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