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For the love of Milk Shakes …a talk with ‘AMAN ARORA’….

img_20150411_134922Keventers is a piece of Delhi’s history. One hears its name and is attacked by nostalgia. Flavors and taste of some really awesome and refreshing milkshakes starts invading one’s mind and tongue.

Agastya Mihir R. Dalmia, third generation scion of the Dalmia family, Aman Arora and Sohrab Sitaram got together to bring this iconic brand back again in 2015.

Keventers brings alive the signature flavors that made it a favorite for its rich milkshakes, among the young and old alike. Keeping alive the vintage flavor, Keventers brings its Classic Milkshakes in glass bottles. Apart from Classic Shakes, we have also introduced Thick Shakes and Hot Beverages.

Keventers low initial investment and ability to fit into small and unusual spaces and reasons for their success. Without the need for heavy equipment for restaurant is the perfect business for the small spaces and tight real estate of metropolitan cities New Delhi. India is currently wide open for development. As brand awareness grows in India, more and more people are becoming aware of Keventers as the top option for milkshakes and also as a great way to start their own business within their community.

Keventers opened its first company owned outlet earlier in March 2015 at Select Citywalk, New Delhi.  Currently it has 6 company owned outlets operating across Delhi & NCR in the following locations:

  • High Street Select Citywalk, Saket
  • My Square, Select Citywalk, Saket
  • DLF Promenade, Vasant Kunj
  • DLF Mall of India, Noida
  • DLF Cyber Hub, Gurgaon

So here, we are in conversation with Mr. Aman Arora who is one of the directors of keventers. Keventers re launched themselves in 2015 not only to bring back old sweet memories but also to add volumes to the taste, flavor and have a fabulous experience at Keventers.

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  1. Keventers is a brand which speaks for itself. But I would like to know from the director himself about the vision of Mr. Keventer’s behind starting up the brand Keventers.

Ans. *smiles* we have a long history and you can ask your questions in between.

The brand was established by Edward Keventers in 1925 who was a Swedish entrepreneur. He came to India in early 1892 but he started his company in 1925. That was our establishment.

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In 1925 we were basically manufacturers. Our main product line was milk, condensed milk, butter etc. and we had a lot of factories. We had factories in Kanpur, Karachi, Darjeeling, Calcutta, Delhi etc. So Keventer’s was quite a sensation.

But when Mr. Keventers passed away (towards Indian Independence) it was passed on to Indian person called Mr. Ram Krishan Dalmiya. 

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We used to have our factories at Malcha, Delhi where milkshakes were made and supplied to our 48 outlets. We had one factory and we were not the retailers of the product. Unfortunately, Malcha Marg became a diplomatic zone and our factories had to shut down. Since we were not retailers many started misusing our name.

  1. Any plans to open store nationally or internationally?

We are soon opening outlets in Chandni Chowk, Pacific Mall, Epicuria etc. in Delhi.  We are planning to open outlets in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan.

  1. Cool! Your classic milkshakes are still tempting and delicious like always. How do you manage to maintain your quality?

We have operations and audit team that takes care of it. They do their regular checkups and the products are really simple that is one of our advantage. We are dealing with a few limited ingredients or something.

  1. Have you tied up with some milk cooperative or do you buy milk locally?

We are locally procuring milk.

  1. People who lately visited Keventers at the Palate fest and Comic con were not satisfied by the quality of your product. Please give your thoughts to it.

What may have happened is that consistency had gone wrong. If you look at our reviews on Zomato, the reviews are very good.

  1. I have read the reviews over Zomato and I read that some people find your shakes to be over priced. Please comment.

I keep a check on these pages regularly. *opens Zomato and checks*

See, the rentals are high in premium mall locations. Hence the shakes are priced at 150+ onwards. One needs to understand that our quantity is also 500ml.

However, we plan to bring down our price outside the malls by introducing 300ml quantity milkshakes

But in order to reach out masses we will reduce the quantity up to 330ml which is also good enough so the price will naturally come down.

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  1. Keventers has something to offer to everyone. Classic shakes for the old, thick shakes for the new generation but what do you have in store for people with special needs like the diabetics, the lactose intolerant people?

At the moment we don’t have anything to offer. But it is in our pipeline. We will add sugar free shakes for the diabetic and also some food items. But not right now as our focus is on the current shakes. But we are in a process.

Great idea, but suppose I am intolerant to lactose but I want to have a Keventers milkshake. How will you serve me one?

How will I serve you? *smiles and laughs*

You have to try our black coffee!

By you, I mean your company. Are you looking forward to some milk variants like soya milk and such stuff?

No! We are having our core product that is the regular classic milkshakes. Thick shakes are little different from classic ones as we add ice creams and some very good natural flavours, not the synthetic ones.

The idea is very simple; it is to make your core product standardized. Once it is done we can move on to the next product.  

  1. What is your marketing strategy?

We are active on social media, we do print ads too. We have also moved to the radios. Local traditional marketing is always happening. That is the basic marketing that we do. No campaigns as such but we will do it pretty soon.

  1. When will I be able to locate Keventers near my house?

We are opening outlets all over the country. We’re targeting high footfall locations in the most popular locations in the country. A roadmap has been prepared and we’re looking to open 50 outlets by end of this year

  1. Are your new thick shakes dominated by the success of classic milkshakes?

Classics are still the favorite. But thick shakes are also picking up! Some of our thick shakes are selling more than classics. However, cold coffee and butterscotch remain on the top.

  1. This brings me to the question; do you drink milkshakes?

*Shyly laughs* Yes I do sometimes, but they are too heavy for me. I have to drink milkshakes when we have trials.

  1. Which one is your favorite milkshake?

My favorite in classic shakes is Butterscotch and peanut butter in thick shakes.

  1. India is a country where milk is still a luxury to many. Do you plan to reach and serve your milkshakes to such people? If yes, then what are your plans?

We are introducing flavored milk. It has low cost and it is something that we are considering.

  1. How did the idea of re launching the old and famous Keventers strike your mind?

There are 5 people in the Board of Directors – Agastya Dalmia, Gun Nidhi Dalmia, Manju Kapur Dalmia, Sohrab Sitaram and I.

Agastya and I decided to relaunch the brand soon after passing out from college. He have known each other from college and we’ve had a good working relationship. Before Keventers, we were partners in launching Delhi Street Football – 5-a-side football league that was launched in Delhi in 2009 and it was quite a rage back in the days.

We have also worked with Sohrab Sitaram. He started as a consultant with us but due to our excellent rapport with him, he offered him to join in as partner. He is now the CEO of the company.

  1. Was this re launch preplanned or it just came up?

It just came up.

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  1. What are the day to day difficulties that you face and how do you cope up with them?

We did face a couple of difficulties in the start such as HR. The attrition rates are quite high in this industry. Issues of milk consistency were also there. These problems existed in the initial months but not anymore

  1. In the industry, whom do you see as your competitors?

Right now, I see no competitors. You only tell me if you know any other milkshake brand? *smiles*

I don’t know any other milkshake brand as such. But years back Keventers was a sensation because it was the only shop in Delhi that sold milkshakes. But these days each and every eating outlet is serving milkshakes.

Our core product is milkshake whereas it is a side product for the other outlets. For us, I don’t see a competition right now.

  1. Are you into co branding and collaborations?

Not looking at co-branding with any other brand at this point. We only do collaborations for marketing.

  1. Aman, people of your age (25 years) are still trying to figure out their lives. I would like to ask you some personal questions.
  1. A) Apart from working hard, what are your hobbies?

Hobbies..? *smiles* I am really into sports. I keep switching sports. Few months I’d do boxing, few months’ gym or swimming. But I don’t get time. Other than that I want to travel.

  1. B) What is your success mantra?

I believe in working hard. I have given a lot of time to work. There is no particular mantra for me.

  1. C) Any message to the youth?

*shyly laughs* let us get to this question later as I will have to think about it.

  1. D) Who is your role model?

No role model as such but I do emulate things from experienced people. My father is definitely one of those people who inspires me on a daily basis. Apart from this, I take inspiration from my co-workers Agastya and Sohrab.

  1. E) How do you cope up with stress?

Our work environment is very friendly.

  1. F) Coming back to the question, what message would you give to the youth?

*laughs* I am still young.. So I feel..

*interrupts* Okay, Message to your peers would be?  

People are rushing into things but sometimes it is not a wise decision. One must have some experience before getting up into startups.

I had couple of mentors. *smiles and giggles*

  1. G) Suppose it is me and I want to gain experience in the field of dairy. Is your company willing to provide people some experience? Are you open to college internships?

Absolutely! We are.

  1. H) Any New Year resolutions?

I was figuring out as I don’t have any resolutions. Maybe it would be spending some more time with family and friends.

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  (From left- Aman Arora, Agastiya Dalmia and Sorabh Sitaram)

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                           An interview by – Shrestha Saxena ( Gourmand from Delhi)

 

 

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Shiv Mishthan, Chandni Chowk

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This Mithai(sweet) shop is as legendary, as the place on which it is located … This neatly tucked away sweet shop in Chandni Chowk opens up by 5:30 am and serves mouth watering breakfast like Chole Bhathure, Kachori and Bedmi Aaloo Puri etc. Awarded by Hindustan times and many other media companies for Bedmi Aaloo Puri, this place must be visited if travelling to Delhi.

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Apart from Bedmi Aaloo puri,  mouth drooling Chole Bhathure, heart melting Samose and flaky Kachoris is what attracts tourists the most. This small shop has always graced the tables of prominent personalities like Indira Gandhi, AB Vajpayee and LK Advani.

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The meals are reasonably priced. Meals start from INR 80 & Cost for 2 is approx INR 200. One can find this place crowded almost every time you happen to pass by the shop or you reach there to have a quick bite. Most of the dishes are finished by 7:30 am after which lunch is served from 11:30 am onwards.

And the best part is that, this shop has stood in Chandni Chowk for more than 75 years now but the recipe and talent of the workers dateslifetime ago !!!!

– Shrestha Saxena (Gourmand from Delhi)

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Taste of ‘Heaven’

Kashmir’s rich cuisine, moreish dishes, angelic personages and beautiful landscaping attract people from across the globe. Most of the times we enjoy when we opt for sophisticated cuisine and elaborate meals at restaurants and very often we try and explore our street food—which is native, indigenous, filled with love and full of personal experiences and journeys that convey authenticity, purity, customs and traditions, that turn into life’s most revealing, memorable and extraordinary moments and let us explore the unexpected part of ours.

Food preparations and habits act as a gateway into the insightful perspective of a society’s culture, history, tradition, people and place. Street food has a great potential of attracting and tickling our taste buds thus letting us experience the personal discoveries not only about the flavours of local foods, but also the essence of the cultures they represent.

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So, if you are travelling for food to  The Paradise on Earth, Kashmir and you did not explore the street food you missed out a great experience you otherwise would have taken with you. Apart from the very famous destinations and shrines, street food is something you should explore. There numerous places wherein you can find street food. If you want the best then you need to visit the famous “Hazratbal Shrine”, located on the banks of Dal Lake.

The place presents a picturesque view of Dal along with the traditional look of kashmiri life. Now you are all set to taste the different varieties of the very own “Kashmiri Street Food”.

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Let us start from something that you might have never tasted before, Nadhri Monjh(Fried lotus stem dipped in flour). These are to be eaten hot, you can have chutney with it, but I would suggest you to eat it without that. As you start chewing, you will feel the sweet and salty taste tickling your taste buds, you can’t exactly figure out the taste but chewing is the best part of this food and you will love chewing it again and again.

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The next in line would be “Kaanak masaal(it’s made from wheat and beans). This is a healthy diet, free of fat, cholesterol and oil. The preparation involves boiling the wheat and beans, till it becomes tender and then mixed it spices and served hot. Its full of fibre, proteins and carbohydrates. I love to eat it every time I visit the place, as soon as you put it into your mouth you will find your mouth full of water and you won’t stop till you finish up.foo

Masaal Tchot” (chana and traditional radish chutney rapped in a bread knows a lavasa). This is something that will fetch your hunger. Full of protein, carbohydrate and taste… I and my friends have named it as “Kashmiri Pizza”.

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Halvaparath, (the halva part is made from sooji and the parath is made from maida flour, parath is round shaped, has almost 3ft diameter). This is something that every Kashmiri loves to buy. It tastes sweet and is to be eaten hot. It tastes awesome when had with a cup of traditional Kashmiri salty tea known as “Nun Chai”.

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All these street food are in everyone’s budget they start from Rs. 5 to any range depending on the quantity one wants to buy. So, next time when you are in Kashmir don’t forget to explore the street food and if you skip that you skipping the most important part of your journey to “Heaven”. 

                                                                                          – Afshan Rashid (Gourmand from Kashmir)

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KEVENTERS (Connaught Place, Delhi)

Foodies who have travelled to Delhi long enough have a tale to tell about its iconic eateries. This one comes from the famous child literature writer, Ruskin Bond. In 2002 he mentioned in his article ‘Summer of 42’

 “… when I grew restless at home I would stroll down Curzon Road and indulge in a strawberry milkshake or vanilla ice-cream at Keventers (now Shake’s square)”IMG_0023

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Dyed in the wool Delhiites will know what Keventers is which speaks volumes for the level of popularity of this tiny hole in the wall in CP next to the famous pastry shop, The Wengers.

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The name has been changed to Shake’s Square but thankfully that is all that has been changed!

For the elderly, the name of Keventers is enough to flash old memories.

The milkshakes and ice cream shakes have regular costumers lining outside. Choose from Strawberry, vanilla, chocolate, butterscotch, kesar pista, pine apple and many more. Besides evergreen milk shakes and ice cream shakes this place also serves some unappetizing snacks.

But it is their unbeatable range of shakes that this place is so well known for ice-cream Shakes cost Rs. 100 whereas milk shakes only cost Rs. 50. Shakes are perfect at any time of the year but especially in scorching summers. ​ – Shrestha Saxena (Gourmand from Delhi)


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Natraj Dahi Bhalla corner, Chandni Chowk.

“As soon as you bite in these heavenly dishes a sea of secret Masalas and flavour gushes down the tongue. But it is not hard to detect that these spongy fluffy Bhallas and Tikkis are made with a paste of black gram lentils that is made in to small balls and fried golden. What made these bhallas so delish is the savoury lentil stuffing in between each. The yoghurt is the right consistency; the flavour is further enhanced with the sweet salty tamarind chutney. ”  –  Shrestha Saxena (Our Gourmand from Delhi)

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Probably the oldest Dahi Bhalla shop in the whole of Delhi and the most famous one as well. It was started in 1940 and run by Inder Mohan. Famous for two things- Dahi Bhalla and Aaloo Chat. Both these things are out of stock by 5:30 or 6 pm.
And if at all you want green chutney you are directed towards the bowl containing chutney. Yes, nobody is going to serve it on your plate as the place runs on the principle of self service. The dishes are moderately priced. INR 50 for one plate of Bhalla or Tikki.

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KING OF PICKLES !!!!

Haji Gulam Qadir Sunoo, 64-year-old lives in the heart of Srinagar city known as Rajouri Kadl. He is popular known as the ‘pickle man of Kashmir’, who prepares more than a hundred varieties of delicious pickles that tickle the taste buds of the people all across the world. He believes that pickles are good for health provided they are made in the right ratio.
Qadir’s pickles have steadily gained in popularity both among residents in the valley and elsewhere. His pickles are known for their fabulous quality and taste and have been in huge demand in Saudi Arab, Dubai and Bangladesh, besides other states in the country. People from the valley who travel abroad take with them the taste of kashmiri pickle. Qadir is still stuck between the government formalities with regard to export formalities although he has permission to export to few countries like Saudi Arab and Bangladesh.
“Food trippers come from all over the state even country and from abroad visit here and buy pickles. I have sent some of the varieties of my pickles to Bangladesh also,” said Qadir.
Qadir makes almost every type of pickle including vegetable pickles like garlic, lemon, Spanish, lotus stem etc, fruit pickle like, strawberry, cherry and mango, as well as non-vegetarian pickle like chicken, mutton and fish pickles and with time he has been adding varieties to it like kabab, karela and many more.
The non-vegetarian pickles are always in demand. According to customers, his outlet is the sole one that sells scrumptious fish pickle.
The pickle is prepared in the traditional kashmiri way, almost 30 kinds of spices are used. The ingredients are mixed together and then fermented for about 3-6 months or at times for 1 year depending on the type of pickle.
The shop is famous almost in area part of the valley and people travel almost 100 km’s from various parts of the state to take back home the taste of ‘Pickle King of Kashmir’ says Afshan rashi
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