United Telugu Kitchens Expands in Bengaluru with Second Outlet
United Telugu Kitchens Expands in Bengaluru with Second Outlet

United Telugu Kitchens (UTK) declares the opening of its second branch in Bengaluru.

This expansion enhances their outreach as they further expand their culinary influence beyond Telangana and Andhra Pradesh, introducing Telugu flavors to food enthusiasts in Bangalore.

Brand is located in Kadugodi neighborhood of Whitefield, the new establishment presents a thoughtfully crafted menu, highlighting recipes that have been handed down through generations of Telugu families.

“The response and love we received for our first outing in Bangalore was overwhelming. We are confident the second outlet will be met with the same love. I am on a mission to preserve and celebrate the traditional flavors that have been passed down through generations in our Telugu generational kitchens. These are dishes that we’ve grown up on, loved, and cherished. Nostalgia is wrapped in each of the delicious dishes as they make their journey through time introducing a whole new generation to our rick culinary heritage. UTK offers a delectable cuisine that is local, authentic, and prepared with love." said said Teja Chekuri, Managing Partner, UTK.

Under the ownership of Teja Chekuri, UTK is among a collection of restaurants that encompasses Godavari, Madras Dosa Co, Khiladi, 1947 Truly Indian, Vaanga, Passage to India, Boston Halal, Don’t Tell Aunty, and Rosebud across the United States and Canada.

In the Indian food industry, UTK and Ishtaa stand out as his primary ventures. Furthermore, he participates as a partner in Ironhill Breweries, the proprietor of Ironhill India breweries, and Prost.

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