Kababs – how did they take our country by storm? Well, back in the 14th century, Mongols had invaded HinduKush and had robbed it of all the rich treasures but had left behind a trail in the form of kababs. Back then, kababs meant small chunks on meat marinated in just salt, roasted and gobbled. Gradually, the chefs of India took fancy in these small chunks of meat and tried and tested them with a variety of spices, marinades and cooking techniques. Finally, down the years, succulent and flavourful meat was produced called kababs. This is just the kind you can savour at The Great Kabab Factory.
The very first outlet of The Great Kabab Factory came into existence at Radisson Hotel, Delhi in 1998. The overwhelming success of this outlet led to the franchising of the brand and now has numerous outlets across the country and abroad. The ambience is lively and exciting with vibrant colours, great visuals, designer lighting, cross beams, vaulted ceilings and a heightened sense of space.
The Great Kabab Factory gives you a taste of kebabs in every possible form and delightful flavours. Galouti Kebab, Barrah Kebab, Gosht Seekh Kebab, Hari Mirch Ka Paneer Tikka, Malai Broccoli, Ananas Ki Chaat, Tandoori Fruits, Jalebi, Blue Saffaire, Dahi Ke Kebab and a lot more. Accompanying their kebab varieties, they also have veg. and non-veg. curries, rotis, naan, Biryani and other accompaniments.
To savour these delicacies, drop in The Great Kabab Factory at:
These outlets tend to remain filled at all times; mostly weekends. Visit BookyourTable for reservations at any of these outlets.