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Inside a Food Startup: Beating Casteism & King of South Indian Food

In this week’s episode of The Rasoi Project, we explore dosas and South Indian food with an inspiring Scheduled Caste chef who fought against all odds & became an expert South Indian food chef! Watch his inspiring story of making dosa & South Indian food with Pallavi Batra & Gaurav Arora!

If you liked this inspirational story of this foodpreneur or you like dosa and other South Indian food, then stay tuned to discover some more on The Rasoi Project! Hit the like button and let us know in the comments below if you know of more such inspiring stories. Subscribe to the EatTreat’s YouTube channel for more awesome food stories like this:

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More about Iddly Faktory & their South Indian food:
An investment banker turned foodpreneur, Iddly Faktory is Karthik Krishnamurthy’s labor of love, dedication and passion. While he dabbled in elaborate cooking sprees alongside his demanding investment banking career and club cricket stint; 2014 marked his definitive move from being a home-cook to a food entrepreneur with a vision.
Armed with a sunny disposition and years of mainstream PR experience, Anuradha, Karthik’s wife, keeps his culinary dream aflame. At Iddly Faktory, she manages branding, communications, PR and marketing. Quick to strike a friendly conversation, Anuradha always loves to chat up with her customers.
Amit has been associated with the venture since day 1 and has made Iddly Faktory what it is today.
Their specialties include: Gunpowder Dosa, Masala Dosa and Idli Sambar. They open as early as 7 am and are open till 10 pm.

Address: 244, Village Wazirabad, Gate 2, Sector 52, Ardee City, Gurgaon- 122003
Price for 2: Rs.300

So, if you liked this inspirational story and want to start your own business then stick around for more such stories!

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