Samosa Singh, a revered name in the Indian Snacking Industry, is delighted to announce the inauguration of its inaugural Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) in Mumbai. This momentous occasion represents a significant stride in the company’s continuous expansion efforts, solidifying its stature as a premier player in the industry.
Situated in Naupada, Thane (West), the brand-new QSR promises an irresistible culinary journey, boasting an extensive selection of samosas, kachoris, and delectable desserts. The outlet offers a distinctive ambiance characterized by quirky yet elegant and unconventional decor, creating the ideal setting for patrons to indulge in their beloved Indian snacks and desserts.
In the past three months, Samosa Singh has introduced approximately six physical outlets, demonstrating its dedication to bringing its signature flavors to a broader audience. The brand’s footprint now spans over 50 outlets across South and West India, showcasing its commitment to delivering the essence of Indian street food to connoisseurs.
Shikhar Veer Singh, Founder of Samosa Singh, shared his enthusiasm, stating, “Mumbai has always held a special place for Samosa Singh, and we have received immense love from this beautiful city. Opening our flagship store in Thane is a significant milestone for us. This marks an exciting new phase in our journey to establish Samosa Singh as a leader in the realm of fresh Indian snacking, offering mouthwatering samosas, kachoris, and desserts.”
Nidhi Singh, Co-Founder of Samosa Singh, highlighted the joy of savoring these iconic snacks, saying, “Nothing compares to the satisfying crunch, warmth, and flavors of India’s favorite snack – Samosas. With our expansion in Mumbai, we are further cementing the cherished bond our country shares with food. We invite everyone to relish Samosa Singh’s delicious, freshly made samosas and snacks, and experience the essence of Indian street food.”
Samosa Singh’s first Mumbai QSR is poised to become a go-to destination for those seeking the authentic flavors of India’s beloved street snacks, all in an ambiance that celebrates the nation’s culinary heritage.