Samosa Party forays into offline restaurant space with brick-and-mortar stores

Samosa Party, India’s fastest-growing QSR, has announced its debut into the offline restaurant industry, with its first brick-and-mortar locations in Bengaluru, delivering hot and crispy samosas in 15 flavours with freshly-made condiments and accompaniments.

The two locations, which will be located at 12th Main Indiranagar and Forum Mall Koramangala, will occupy excellent restaurant space, upgrading the Bengaluru QSR experience.

The new locations are part of Samosa Party’s plan to expand its offline presence alongside its delivery-only locations, with more physical locations set to open in Bengaluru and Gurugram soon.

Samosa Party is a Bengaluru-based food safety and hygiene company founded by Amit Nanwani and Diksha Pande in 2017. The food startup processes food at the final mile with IoT (Internet of Things) enabled equipment and unique technology. It is currently functioning in the southern cities of Bengaluru and Hyderabad, as well as the Delhi-NCR region. Samosa Party now serves over a million orders per month and plans to expand that number in the next months.

Samosa Party caters to India’s $3.65 billion samosa market with 42 delivery-only locations. It intends to establish a new-age global QSR brand out of India for the world. It is known for its innovations around India’s favourite tea-time snack.

Samosa Party increased its sales and store count in 90 days after collecting $2 million in pre-series A funding from Kalaari Capital, while expanding operations across Bengaluru, Gurgaon, Noida, Ghaziabad, and Hyderabad.

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