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Home Delivery | Biryani Central

By Shibanibawa
Home Delivery | Biryani Central

You can place your order on the Biryani Central website thebiryanicentral.com; phone 9873333048; Biryani Central App, Zomato or Swiggy. There is a minimum order amount as per location.

- It is recommended to order at least 3 hours prior to the desired time of delivery as each biryani is made fresh only after the order is received.

-You can choose to order cutlery or not. This is a more sustainable choice instead of accumulating and wasting unnecessary items.

-There is an option for contactless delivery, which is only available for online paid orders.

-You may further leave any additional delivery instructions if you have any.

The biryani itself comes in a sealed handi made of earthenware. You may heat the biryani in this container, by placing it on a flat on the stove on medium heat for about 10 minutes. This handi is made of sustainable material and it can be re-used. The raita, salan and other curries however come in neatly labeled plastic containers. For breads and desserts, there are biodegradable boxes, with minimal use of aluminium foil.

Choice of Dishes: The USP is dum biryanis ranging from Awadhi and Hyderabadi to Bohri and Calcutta egg biryani. Vegetarians are catered to with four variants such as Awadhi vegetable, Hyderabadi kathal, Bombay masala and Peshawari paneer biryani. Then there is a variety of chargrilled kebabs made with chicken, mutton and also some vegetarian options,slowcooked curries, breads covering the entire gamut from roomali to garlic naan plus bakarkhani, sheermal, taftan and khameeri roti. To end on a sweet note, you can have seviyaan, malai phirnee, shahi tukda and more.

I tried the Lucknow Chowk ki Murgh biryani with salan, burrani raita and papaya relish. The total combo, and I mean a little bit of everything in one bite is a party in the mouth, not the bold and bombastic type, but the subtle and mellow kind, with the aromatics and fine spices revealing themselves in a masterful way.

From Biryani for 1 to party packs of 5kg, along with 1/2kg and 1kg options, there are enough options to cater to all types of requirements.

There is no cash on delivery. Digital payment options include debit/credit card or netbanking, MobiKwik, Paytm and freecharge.

Disclaimer:I received a complimentary combo pack of biryani and Bira's Boom super strong beer in order to write about my experience. The above article, however, is free of all bias.

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