Hyderabad Airport Welcomes India’s First Millet Kitchen, Aims To Revolutionise Airport Dining

by Vaishalee Kalvankar
Hyderabad Airport Welcomes India’s First Millet Kitchen, Aims To Revolutionise Airport Dining

On Wednesday, the nation’s first Millet Kitchen opened its doors at Rajiv Gandhi International Airport in Hyderabad. Millet Marvels, a restaurant chain known for serving people the most innovative, healthy, and delicious millet-based cuisine. This millet kitchen aims to bring about a revolution in the airport dining experience. 

Hyderabad Airport Welcomes India’s First Millet Kitchen

The Millet Marvel restaurant, spread across 600 square feet, was launched on Wednesday in the arrivals area of Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RJIA). 

Millet Marvels, the idea of Cardiologist, Actor, and Wellness Expert Dr. Bharath Reddy, intends to revolutionise the airport. It will provide a varied and healthy millet-based cuisine. The usual airport dining experience will now be changed for the better by Millet Marvels’ Millet Kitchen. The new restaurant focuses on prioritising flavour and wellness.

Now, visitors to RGIA will be able to indulge in a delicious selection of millet-based delicacies that feature the distinctive “Millet of the Day” concept. This simply means that the restaurant will provide a different millet meal every day. This special meal will be carefully selected to tempt patrons’ palates.

Within a month, the startup intends to create a second location at the domestic departure lounge.

Vegetarian And Non-Vegetarian Dishes

Bharat, who balances a cardiology practise, an acting career, and business endeavours, said the millet kitchen company will think about opening comparable restaurants at other airports across the nation.

The start-up currently operates a network of millet cuisine restaurants in the city after being incubated at the Nutrihub incubator of the Indian Institute of Millet Research (IIMMR). 

Idli, vada, dosa, schezwan pizza dosa, uthappam, pongal, upma, poori, aloo paratha, aloo samosa, and mirchi bajji are among the dishes on the menu. It also has millet chicken dum biryani for all the meat eaters.

Millets have significant market potential, according to C. Tara Satyavathi, director of ICAR-IIMR, since more customers choose gluten-free foods. The potential for exports is also enormous.

According to Nutrihub CEO B. Dayakar Rao, since Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for increased consumption of “Shri Anna” (millets), demand for millet-based products has increased. (As per The Hindu Business Line)

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