Being a foodie myself, I do follow numerous of foodies over Zomato and this way I can keep track of my competitors :). Been into business for 18 months, we have tried very hard, and continuing, to serve quality food at affordable price.
I do remember when I was in Delhi, we used to goto a place for pav-bhaji and that guy takes lot of time to prepare bhaji regardless number of customers. Once I asked “Bhaiya, thodi jaldi kar dou!” and I was shocked with his reply “jiss din jaldi karoonga, wapas gaavn jana padh jaayega.” Bottom line – If you want to have good quality food. Keep patience!
Back to the Zomato reviews posted by fellow foodies (obviously on our competitors pages), I came to know that they are serving parathas in no time (within 1 minute). Well this could definitely a world record.
We at Parathas & More, prepare each parathas from scratch and entire process (preparing dough, stuffing the dough, preparing paratha and then to cook them on Tawa / Tandoor) minimum 7-10 minutes job. Since I really want to know how this could be possible, have asked my chief about the same. He said their are 2 ways this can be achieved:
- Frozen Paratha (Only Tawa ones): Prepare parathas & keep them in deep freezer and on order cooked them on Tawa and serve.
- Half Cooked: Half cooked the parathas in advance and on order re-cooked them on Tawa and serve hot.
Unfortunately, we cannot any of these process and the biggest reason is we have 40+ kind of variety to Parathas on contrary our competitors have 2-3 varieties.
So next time you are placing your order online for parathas to any outlet please do consider QUALITY over TIME. Even preparing Pizza does take 15-20 minutes to prepare.