IHCL’s Qmin to deliver food from Taj Malabar at Kochi

Kochi: Qmin, the popular food delivery platform owned by the Indian Hotels Company Limited, is all set to begin its operations in Kochi. 

Foodies would now be able to enjoy some of the most popular and authentic dishes from the Taj Malabar Resort and Spa at home. The delicious dishes served at the Rice Boat, The Pavilion and Pepper restaurants in Taj Malabar are now a few clicks away. 

Siby Mathew, the general manager of the Taj Malabar said that the hotel has been growing as an icon in the hospitality sector of the vibrant city. Qmin was introduced in Kochi as more people are curious to try out the spectacular dishes prepared in the kitchen at Taj Malabar.

The dishes cooked by the talented chefs at Taj Malabar could be ordered through Qmin and would be delivered at your doorsteps. Siby said that this would ensure a special ‘Taj at Home’ experience for the customers. 

Celebrating hospitality and nostalgia, Qmin is committed to delivering high-quality food items. The prawns roast and baked fish from Rice Boat, the dragon chicken from The Pavilion and the classic Kashmiri lamb rogan josh from Pepper have been included in the digital menu of Qmin. 

Qmin ensures the safety and hygiene of the food items. The food will be delivered in vehicles that are regularly sanitised by executives wearing protective gear. The delivery executives ensure contactless delivery as well. The food items are neatly packed in environmentally friendly packaging and customized insulation boxes. 

The customers can order food through Qmin using the toll-free number 1800 266 7646. Qmin presents a variety of curated dishes that boast of high quality at your doorsteps. 

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