A Food outlet in South India’s Karnataka state is selling biryani like a ‘precious’ thing for last 21 years. Customers wait outside the outlet from morning as early as 4:30 a.m.
People who reach at 4:30 a.m. are often served at 6:30 a.m. due the long queue ahead.
The outlet is situated at a place called Hoskote near Bangalore. They make about 1000 kg biryani every Sunday. The main biryani category is made of Mutton.
As per the shopkeeper, the biryani is made of all local products from the sheep to spices used. The specialty is the preparation they detail. Initially from the bottom of cooking utensil and later on the ember is spread on its lid to heat up from top.
The rice and ingredients are covered up with banana leaf and then covered by lid with ember on it.
Price of a Full Biryani is INR 230/- and Half Biryani is sold at INR 170/- per serve – both dine in and take away.
The biryani has also called as ‘Anand Biryani’. It is only available on Friday, Saturday & Sunday as a tradition they follow.