Mumbai 15th March 2017: Puranmal Foods India Pvt. Ltd, the 90yr old brand having presence in fine dining restaurants and QSR today announced their catering vertical “Petite Bites” at Design One 2017 Show on 15th March 2017. Puranmal, the original Mithaiwala since 1924 specializes in Chaat & Desserts predominantly. “Since everything will be in bite sized portions, you can actually have a Marathon Tasting Session. From Cone Chaat to Corn Oat Bhel to Ras Malai Mousse, this revolutionary range of little something’s holds true to the saying Variety is the spice of life. The idea is to promote the concept of small servings, extensive variety and get real taste of India”, Ms. Deepa Surekha, Managing Director, Puranmal Foods India Pvt. Ltd shares.
“Petite Bites”, as the name suggest is small bite sized servings. The idea is to make the customer enjoy variety of food in one meal through small servings. “Petite Bites”, targeted at House Parties, Kitty Parties, Gatherings sees an extensive menu which includes ‘Chaat the Healthy way’, ‘Cheat Day Chaat’ and ‘Kids Party Menu’ and more. “Petite Bites” is a fusion menu be it Mexican chaat like Zuccini Boat, or Italian influenced Pesto Ragda Pattice, the dishes on the menu may have international ingredients, but Essence of Indian chaat will never go and Indian tastes will find it familiar”, shares Ms. Deepa Surekha, Managing Director, Puranmal Foods India Pvt. Ltd She further adds, “Our efficient R & D team has come up with umpteen number signature dishes in the bite- sized fusion menu like Mini Burgers, Martini Palak Chaat, Iceberg Channa Chaat, etc”.
The range ‘Chaat the Healthy Way’ has dishes like Whole Wheat Pasta Chaat, Skinny Bell Pepper Tacos, Rainbow Salsa etc. The ‘Cheat Day Chaat’ has Zucchini Chatpat Chaat, Kalmi Sticks, Sam Wontons, etc. For offering a totally modern take on the Kids Menu, it has Rolled up Sandwiches, Chatpatte Bruschetta, Gulab Jamun Cheese Cake among others.
On the company expansion plans, she shares “Puranmal India has four restaurants in Mumbai at Juhu, Ghatkopar, Chandivali & Khopoli. Soon, they will be launching their new QSR restaurant at Fort (Mumbai) in the 1st week of April which also has a dine-in capacity for 30 people. With the concept of QSR firmly in place the restaurant will be serving chaat, mithai and the Puranmal Fusion Thali to enthrall the south Mumbaites with its authentic North Indian taste”. On the retail front, signature menu based on “Petite Bites” will be available after a month at Puranmal’s Juhu outlet only.
About Puranmal: Puranmal started in a small way since 1924, now has grown as a corporate house for fine dining. Traditional authentic Indian savories prepared in an authentic manner which has been passed on from one generation to another. Corporate Gifting options to catering to restaurant culture to making of mithai, which is their core business, from Bengali sweets to Punjabi sweets, to festive mithai & so on. Puranmal Restaurant is present at four locations in India viz. Mumbai: Near Mithibai College, Juhu, RCity Mall, Ghatkopar, Mumbai – Pune Highway: Food Hub, Khopoli.