Legacy restaurant chain Aminia enters Siliguri; to add 12 outlets by 2024 end

The first outlet was brought into existence in 1929 in Zakaria Street serving the famous Awadhi cuisine of Lucknow.
  • Nusra Deputy Features Editor
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Kolkata-based legacy restaurant chain Aminia is all gearing up for expansion.

Known for their Awadhi Style biryani and kebabs, it is opening a new outlet at Siliguri. Spread across 3,000 sqft, it aims to spread the Kolkata-style biryani in other cities.

The brand is also aiming at opening 12 outlets in eastern India by 2024 and has Guwahati, Jamshedpur and Chandennagore outlets in the pipeline.

The first outlet was brought into existence in 1929 in Zakaria Street serving the famous Awadhi cuisine of Lucknow. Today, Aminia, is being run by its third and fourth generation.

“All our restaurants are company-owned and operated. Even for our outlets outside of Kolkata, we will stick to this in order to maintain the quality of our products and prevent the dilution of our heritage brand,” shared a spokesperson who is targeting a turnover of Rs 55-60 crore in FY 2022-23.

Aminia, being a legacy of 90 years, has been profoundly emphasizing on its taste and aromatic chemistry of the spices that blend in perfectly. Besides this, Aminia has its butchery to make sure that only fresh and hand-picked meat is being consumed by our clientele.

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