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Beating trend, this ‘Rambharose’ turns hot favourite

Despite pandemic, Idli outlet chain give jobs to 50 people

Once the economy settles after this pandemic, Rambharose - Bhattad Ki Idli Chain targets to global markets in next couple of years

HYDERABAD, Aug 21, 2020 (BNC Network): The city’s famous eatery Rambharose Bhattad Ki Idli has opened its 4th outlet at Minister Road, Secunderabad on Friday. The outlet was inaugurated by its co-founders Govindlal and Meena Bhattad.

The Bhattads expanding their business defying Corona to tell the world that “we must keep moving and each one must contribute to get our economy back on the track.”

The eatery is  famous for super soft idlies, Wadas, Mysore Bhajji and Dosas.

The 600 sft place is highly hygienic, stomach friendly, affordable and tasty. The taste is so good even those who do not like home-made food, they choose delicacies from here.

It is a family business developed by foodie, Govindlal Bhattad. Their specialty food items reach out to thousands through more than 350 events via top master caterers every year.

“With opening of new outlet, we are generating employment to 15 people, 10 directly and 5 indirectly,” said Ritesh Bhattad.

With 3 outlets at Qutibguda, Malakpet and Narayanguda already existing, the fourth has come up at Terminal Drive In, Minister Road, Hyderabad together giving employment to 50 people even during this pandamic.

What is so special about it? It is unique not for one but for many reasons. It catered to the cravings of 35 lakh food lovers in the past 20 years. It is a destination for many millennial. A small place of 600 sft is patronized every day by more than 350 people, 100 pickups and 100 takeaways.

Besides hundreds walking down every day most orders are received on Swiggy, Zomato and other food delivery apps.

It won several awards such as Swiggy Hall of Fame 2019,

We want to expand further by opening 8 outlets in next one year in twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad, says Ritesh, who is pursuing his CA career while exploring his entrepreneurial journey.

“And we would like to have 100 outlets by giving employment to 1000 people in next five years. We have even finalised our plans to go international, which is on hold because of the outbreak of COVID-19. Once the economy settles after this pandemic, we will take Rambharose - Bhattad Ki Idli Chain to global markets in next couple of years,” the young entrepreneur says.