Mumbai Dabbawalas have their goodwill not just in their city but all over the world. In fact they have deeply penetrated the mumbaikars culture that today people are adopting their idea of Meal delivery in every other country of this world. This trend is well acquired by one of the Mumbai Man who started working as a Buyer for Marks and Spencer and later converted his belief into food and restaurant services. Jamal Hirani opened his first Tiffinbites Centre with a vision of providing light and healthy home cook food to offices. This is exactly what happens in Mumbai where fresh, warm and hot food is served to office goers.
V8 Gourmet Group is the parent company of Tiffinbites which have also acquired now Bombay bicycle club. This move is for expanding the meal delivery and restaurant services to other cities as well. Currently two menus are available at every restaurant of TB which is available in three different locations of the city. You can choose from different choices available between lunch or Tandoori spread which can make you remember the real delight of Indian food and flavors.
The acquisition of the Bombay Bicycle club had been made recently to spread TBs magic all over the UK. The warmth of food and the freshness of spices and flavors will now also be available to all the acquired kitchens and restaurants which come under BBC. It is one of the biggest takeovers of the time where the huge capital amount of about £4.4 Million is transacted. The Tiffinbites owner group target is to spread the chain in over 200 locations and make it the most successful Asian Delicacies provider in the US. Luscious Biryani with tempting Tandoori Meat and drinks are some of the main attractions of this serving group.
The entire vision of this restaurateur is backed by ICICI Bank due to which this Journey from starting a fresh form zero went to top and became placid within three weeks of its opening. This innovation was brought into effect by Jamaal Hirani, who is also known as the future entrepreneur, an NRI and have a greater impact of Indian culture over his attitude and thinking style. This is one of its first kinds of chance when Britishers and Indian Britishers will be able to taste homemade, healthy food during their lunch hours. More franchisees are expected to open up soon which may provide a relief to the people all over the country who have been waiting for getting good food at their workplace.
Bombay Bicycle Club to make way for Tiffinbites franchisees