Published On: Wed, Apr 17th, 2019

Mirchi & Mime branches out from Mumbai to Mini – Bombay, Indore

Indore, April 2019

Following its glorious success in Mumbai, Mirchi & Mime by Squaremeal Foods Pvt Ltd, is all set to offer the people of Indore a unique experience with their modern twist to classical food elements.After winning countless awards for their Mumbai branch, they are now gearing up to bring this new food experience into the Indore culinary scene with the launch in South Tukoganj. The restaurant specialises in providing patrons the best of Modern-Indian cuisine in a relaxing and feel-good ambience.With a Speech & Hearing Impaired (SHI) staff, the restaurant created a stir by allowing people to change their perception of SHIs and to make them an active part of the society.

Indore is the land of foodies, with every nook and corner of the city filled with their specialty food. Staying true to this spirit, Mirchi & Mime’s menu blends the authentic traditional flavours of various cities of the country with a twist of modernity and elegance. With options that appease both vegetarians and non-vegetarians, the menu consists of flavoursome tandoors and curries like Bhut Jholokia Broccoli, Nehru Palace Paneer Methi Makhni, Amritsari Fish Tikka, Bangali Chanar Dalna, Three Bean Methi Malai Khichdi and Madras Mutton Curry. They also serve delectable desserts to complete the meal like Srilanka Jaggery Pudding, Fresh Apple Crumble, Coconut Bakewell Tart and Trio of Halwa Tartlets. The menu at Mirchi & Mime offers a unique melange of flavours and modernity in presentation. If the numerous optionsbaffle you, the restaurant also offers a fixed 4-course menu that is the culmination of the best from its curated menu.

Commenting on the launch, Mr.Shishir Gorle, Founder & Mr.Raja Sekhar Reddy, Founder, Squaremeal Foods said, “Indore is a city full of people with an evolved sense of food. They enjoy their food and derive great joy from the experience that a good meal provides. We wanted to bring the kind fine dining experience prevalent in Mumbai to Indore to reach out to this evolved audience. We truly believe in creating a space where they can truly enjoy themselves and get a unique experience. We hope to give our customers an enriching experience in terms of the food and the ambience and leave them with a feeling of wanting to keep coming back to us.”

Mirchi & Mime follows a philosophyto provide a platform for SHIs to be an active part of the community and to give them options for employment. The menu comes with depictions of the Indian Sign Language through which you can communicate with the staff. Following the official Indian Sign Language (ISL), Mirchi & Mime has managed to stay true to their policy of Reverse Inclusion, which means to include individuals into an environment dominated by SHIs. The restaurant is not just about the food but about creating a unique experience for the customers to feel like they are making a difference in the world.

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