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ReadyBowl – Biryani & More

By Rohit Dassani

ReadyBowl is one the newest delivery options available to Bangalore residents. Their kitchen is located in Bellandur, Whitefield and BTM area at present. The prime focus of ReadyBowl is Biryani. While the menu also comprises of a lot of different type of Biryanis and a few other side and main dishes. ReadyBowl serves food from North Karnataka and Andhra to be precise. We ordered the food from their BTM kitchen and it reached us on time. The items were packed nice to avoid any spillage. 

ReadyBowl is known to serve, based on the quantity and you can try as little as 125grams of any dish and go upto a kilo. What is unique though is the fact that each of the biryanis contain 50-50 portion of rice and condiments. If you order a kilo of Veg Biryani, it is curated with 500grams of rice and 500grams of vegetables. We first tried the Gobi Kempu which is a local appetizer. The cauliflowers are mixed in a batter of rice flour, curd, chilies and then deep fried to perfection till they are golden brown. The taste was very different then the usual starters we try everyday. Being an authentic local dish this is a must try for any food lover.

ReadyBowl – Biryani & more

Next, we had the Mutter Paneer along with some Fulkas. This spicy Mutter Paneer gravy is cooked in a rich gravy. The paneer were soft and the taste of the gravy was homely. At ReadyBowl you get the taste of authentic homely flavors in all their dishes. And lastly we tried the Veg Biryani. We tried the 500gram packing of the biryani which had almost 50-50 proportion of vegetables and rice. The taste was again different from the usual Hyderabadi Biryani.

ReadyBowl – Biryani & more

You can order ReadyBowl from all popular food delivery apps + their website.

ReadyBowl – Scorecard –

Food/Taste – 8/10
Delivery – 8/10
Value for Money – 8/10
Packing – 8/10
Quantity/Quality – 8/10

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Overall Rating – 4/5

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