Kulfilicious, the well-known and adored Kulfi brand from UAE, has announced the launch of its second store in India. The newest store has come up in the neighbourhood area of Jayanagar in Bengaluru. Said to be among the remnants of “Old Bangalore”, this south Bangalore locality is said to house among the most number of F&B outlets in the city.
Kulfilicious takes pride in providing customers with high-quality kulfis that are free of preservatives, stabilizers, or artificial colours and presently offers more than 40 different flavours. The brand opened its first store at Indiranagar in Bangalore.
Versatile actress and absolute crowd favorite Disha Madan inaugurated the store with the Founders, staff and customers.
Kulfilicious was founded in 2013 and came up with its first outlet at Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in 2014. Since its debut, the company has successfully launched 14 additional outlets after establishing itself as the top kulfi brand in all of the United Arab Emirates.
Nilish Carvalho, Co-Founder of Kulfilicious said, “We are thrilled to expand our presence in Bangalore with the new outlet. After the tremendous response and success for our Indiranagar outlet, we are confident that this launch will be received with the same enthusiasm from our Kulfi-loving community.”
“Quality and variety have been the cornerstone of Kulfilicious, which we will continue to deliver through our bright and well-designed outlets. We are equally excited to have our patron Disha Madan join us for the unveiling of our new outlet. Having roots in Bangalore, she is a true representation of the city’s undying spirit and we are truly excited to travel along on this momentous occasion”, he added.
Bangalore, considered the silicon valley of India is home to globally acclaimed IT, ITES and Consulting companies. With an estimated population of 1.20 Cr people, the city and its suburbs house over one-fifth of the population of the state of Karnataka.
There are an estimated 12,000+ eating joints in Bangalore, which include over 1,000+ pubs, bars, resto-bars, etc. Chinese and North Indian food dominate the streets and malls of Bangalore, while global cuisine including Japanese, Italian, Mexican and Mediterraniann food are popular fare at premium malls.
Indian food, including North Indian varieties as well as local favourites are all over the town, too. Darshini outlets, the neighbourhood cafes serve among the best and freshly brewed filter coffee in the country, for as low as Rs. 30 (USD 0.1).
Desserts are a popular after-meal point of consumption for the city, which is located 900 metres above sea level. Over 500+ international, domestic and regional brands dot the 24/7 city which is buzzing even after midnight with an excellent night life and culture.
The pleasant climate all through the year, with temperatures hovering around 26* C is an added advantage for frozen food, ice cream, etc.
A young, cosmopolitan population with high disposable incomes, make it an exciting opportunity for entrepreneurs and food business owners to experiment continuously with new offering.