Fill Belly in Mogappair delivers your typical wedding feast
Ita��s no surprise that Murad Shahuna chose a biryani kiosk when he and partner Sini Unnikrishnan decided to start a food business. This self-confessed a�?biryani freaka�? is quite serious about his brand of spice. a�?We offer only firewood biryani that you would get at weddings,a�? he says about his month-old venture, Fill Belly. You can either get it delivered (within a five km radius) or pick up your packet from the kiosk in Mogappair West. Their kitchen in Royapuram makes three types of biryani a�� mutton, chicken and vegetable a�� and pepper chicken and chicken 65 for sides. Therea��s also a rich bread halwa for the sweet toothed, with mutton samosas coming up soon.
Shahuna, who rates the Ambur Arcot biryani as his favourite, shares that for bulk orders (requiring a daya��s notice) you can choose your ratio of rice to mutton (priced from Rs 1,150 onwards per kilo of rice). So what about seafood, we ask Shahuna, and his reply is a�?maybe six months down the line.a�? He also adds that they will be coming up with a website in six months so customers can place orders online. For now, ask for their Christmas combo that has mutton biryani (for four) paired with chicken 65, plum cake and a soft drink, available in a weeka��s time. The kiosk is open from 12 pm to 10.30 pm, biryani (packets of 450-475 gms) is priced at Rs 140, Rs 110 and Rs 90 (mutton, chicken and vegetable respectively). Details: 7200082333
a�� Ryan Peppin