Would you quit a full-time Google job to sell samosas? Sounds surreally filmy? However, that surreal thing came true. A former Google employee left his career to sell samosas.
Silicon Valley is a mind succumbing territory. Once, someone makes his journey to that billionaires’ monastery, they don’t even think to leave. And when he works at Google every thing is so perfect. Nevertheless, all these couldn’t cage Munaf Kapadia. Cutting the strings Munaf returned to Mumbai, India to establish a business. In fact, today, the business gives him a yearly turnover of as much as $80,000 [Rounded].
Munaf Kapadia’s weekend pop-up restaurant “The Bohri Kitchen” (TBK) has already become a giant among the home chefs. Not only standing out among the home chefs but also he turned his nascent idea into a brand. Additionally, the TBK founder almost became the father of Bohri cuisine in the area. In fact, he believes that soon other restaurants will start serving Bohri Cuisine by dint of its growing popularity.
Feeding 20 strangers at home Munaf Kapadia started his journey with his mom. Within a year, he stepped into delivery business and took a kitchen out of the home. Now, his kitchen makes as many as 30 deliveries daily. Mother Nafisa cooks all the mouthwatering foods while the son works hard branding the business. Munaf Kapadia targets to have a turnover of around $500,000 (3 crore rupee) in the next year.