Delhiites, if you’re craving a restaurant-style meal, you can now recreate one at home, without queuing outside the grocery store for ingredients. And without any cooking expertise.
Makery, a new Delhi-based DIY meal kit brand, has been launched by Old Fashioned Technology, a tech start-up by siblings Tarika Khattar and Rishiv Khattar. The menu includes dishes such as khao suey, som tam salad, Thai corn and water chestnut canapes, Cambodian beetroot salad, fettuccine with courgette salsa, Kothu parathas, and much more.
The kits come with all the ingredients cleaned and an instruction card. The ingredients are portion-controlled, so it’s hard to go wrong. Makery is set to collaborate with restaurants like the Indian Accent, Olive Bar & Kitchen, Comorin and Chor Bizarre for the kits.
The staff making the meal kits follows all health and safety standards, including temperature checks, social distancing, santisation, cleaning of surfaces every few hours and contactless delivery.
Makery is currently delivering around South Delhi, Central Delhi and Gurugram. A meal kit is portioned for two and costs between Rs400 to Rs800. Order here.
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