4 Indian Restaurant Chains Owned And Operated By Women

The number of female-owned restaurant chains in India has increased drastically in the last few years.  With more women in the business now, we take a look at 4 women-owned businesses that are changing the landscape of the market.

Ploof

Sudha Kukreja is the owner of this seafood chain in the capital, which is the first of its kind.

The restaurant is known for its ambience, its food and amazing service. She also works as a food consultant and is an amazing person when it comes to brainstorming business ideas.

Spoonful of Sugar

Owned by Yuvna Damani, the place is famous for its baked goods like cakes, pies and pastries.

Credits: Linkedin / Yuvna Damani

She started helping her mom in the cafe where she fell in love with cooking and ended up taking the place to the heights it’s achieved today.

Guilt-Free Chocolates- Sweet Nothing!

Started by Divya Burman, this service is a boon for all chocolate lovers who cannot afford the calories that come along with it.

Credits: Twitter

The service offers creamy, sugar-free, dark chocolates that bring nothing but joy to your taste buds. Thus, making it a must-try for all the chocoholics out there!

Cafe Diva

Ritu Dalmia is the owner of this Italian restaurant in Delhi and continues to grow as well as expand her business here.

This place has an excellent ambience and great tasting food. Currently, Ritu owns six unique restaurants over the city, making her an inspiration for many aspiring chefs the world over! 

Credit: Hindustan Times

These women continue to inspire not only the food industry but women all over the globe to follow their dreams and make it big. We’re in awe of their courage and perseverance and hope that many more women are inspired to make it big in the coming times.

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Malai Ladoo

Malai Ladoo

This melt-in-mouth malai ladoo is easy to prepare and is perfect for occasions.
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Ingredients required
Condensed milk – ½ cup
Paneer – 250gms
Kewra essence – 2-3 drops
Cardamom powder – ½ tsp
Slivered pistachios for garnish

How to make Malai Ladoo:
1. Add paneer to a grinder jar. Pulse it once.
2. Transfer to a pan and add ½ cup of condensed milk.
3. Next add in the essence and cardamom powder, and mix well.
4. Cook everything on a low flame till the mixture comes together.
5. Transfer it to a plate. Let it cool down till it becomes workable.
6. Thereafter shape into ladoos and garnish with pistachio and serve.