Indians love their food and we have many different varieties of cuisines based on our different cultures and backgrounds. The Bohri Kitchen is one such outlet that opened a few years back and in a time span of two-years has become infamous for the authentic Bohri cuisine it offers.
The Bohri Kitchen is run by Munaf Kapadia and his mother Nafisa in the heart of Mumbai. Munaf Kapadia is an MBA from Mumbai’s Narsee Monjee Institute and was employed at Google when the entrepreneurial bug bit him. Munaf Kapadia quit his job at Google to open The Bohri Kitchen and sell mutton samosas and today his company has a turnover of Rs.50 lakhs and he got mentioned in the 30 under 30 Forbes List.
Munaf Kapadia was frustrated seeing his mom sitting at home and whiling away the time by watching irksome Hindi saas-bahu shows. So he sent an email to a few of his friends telling them about The Bohri Kitchen a place where they could eat their mother’s food, at his house that Saturday at a price. The first TBK was sold out. Soon, Nafisa’s smoked mutton kheema samosas and two-day marinated raan became the toast of the town and the hot topic among the foodies in Mumbai.
The Bohri Kitchen with only two years of business has managed to become one of the most talked about eateries in Mumbai. The Kitchen operates twice in a week on every Saturdays and Sundays. An ideal meal here starts with an assortment of starters, many options for the main course, desserts, condiments, and beverages. A visit here will fetch you a 7-course meal. Munaf Kapadia has been featured in the Forbes Under 30 list and dedicates his success solely to his mother and her cooking skills. The Bohri kitchen boasts of clients such as Ashutosh Gowariker, Farah Khan, Rani Mukherjee and Huma Qureshi. This is not your run-of-the-mill restaurant but a class apart.