According to a 2000 year old legend, there was a kingdom known as Behrouz in the erstwhile region of Persia. The kingdom got popular because of its recipe for layered rice which was served to kings and mass alike on festivals, which is now known as Biryani.
The recipe was lost when King Cyrus sieged Behrouz. Years later, Dr. James Casily with his team of archeologists dug out a parchment containing the Asian recipe of Behrouz Biryani.
True to its tagline, Behrouz Biryani sure does give you a feel of the Royal taste.It is currently the largest Biryani player serving across 140 locations and 15 cities in India. They serve a layered Persian variant of Biryani which is different as compared to any other Biryani available in the market.
LET’S TALK ABOUT WHAT THEY HAVE TO OFFER ON YOUR PALATE.
There biryanis are slow cooked layered biryanis bearing resemblance to the Awadhi style of cooking biryanis. We serve across all major metropolitan cities across India, serving more than 4000 biryani every day. They have 3 sizes of Biryanis available :-
1. Regular Biryani (Serves 1)
2. King Biryani (Serves 2)
3. Kilo Biryani (Serves 5)
Dum Gosht Biryani
₹600 for two (approx)