Biryani By Kilo – A Royal Feast by the Truckload

Been hearing a lot about this relatively new brand of Biryani in town – Biryani by Kilo so this past Sunday, on Father’s Day, we decided to order for ourselves.

Ordering via Zomato was simple and painless and within minutes, my order was accepted.

All the items were neatly packed and delivered without any spillage.

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Now that’s some nice packaging!

The biryani and phirni were delivered sealed in earthen pots to retain the character and flavor of the matka. In fact, the biryani was cooked as well in that same pot they delivered it in. They also packed an earthen angeethi (aanch) with the order to give the last bit of dum for the perfect smoky flavor and aroma of spices when we dig in to our biryani. Talk about covering all bases. Impressive, right off the bat.

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A royal feast

While the argument over the existence of “veg” biryani (or “pulao” as the carnivores would like to term it) is as old as biryani itself; I would refrain from indulging in it, rather focus on the flavors and taste of what was in front of me. 😊

The Veg. Galouti Kebab were delicious, and their melt-in-mouth consistency was top-notch. The mint chutney provided as an accompaniment complemented the flavors perfectly.

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Veg. Galouti Kebab

Made using basmati rice, the Veg. Hyderabadi Biryani was extremely flavorsome and the mirch ka saalan provided along with, also added another layer of texture and flavor to the biryani.

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Veg. Hyderabadi Biryani

However, the Matka Phirni was the show-stealer for me. A perfect consistency and the sweetness too was on-point.

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Matka Phirni

The dishes are made to order and are not reheated, which explains the freshness as well as the inclusion of the stand to reheat it at customer’s end.

All in all, a wonderful meal and Biryani By Kilo now ranks highly on my recommendation list.

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