Kolkata, India Gets Its First Fully Vegan Catering And Takeaway Service

The plant-based caterer offers multi-cuisine options and bakery items
The company caters to a wide range of events and occasions (Photo: Facebook)

The first 100 percent vegan catering service and takeaway joint has opened in Kolkata, India.

Mia'z Grill is a home-based animal-free caterer offering multi-cuisine options, as well as bakery items.

The company was founded by entrepreneur Mitali Banerjee out of 'her love for challenges and experimentation'.

The caterer delivers to South Kolkata locations (Photo: Facebook)‍


Mia'z Grill caters to a wide array of events and occasions ranging from birthdays and wedding functions, to private gatherings and mini day-to-day orders.

Among dishes on the menu, the eatery offers mushroom/veggie quiches, coconut samosas, veggie stuffed bread rolls, corn spinach puffs, vegan biryani, and mushroom patties.

Blueberry custard tart, cocoa inger sticks, chocolate walnut brownie, chocolate chip cookies, donut malpua and flavored fox pops/makhana are also featured on the dessert menu.


It currently offers home delivery in South Kolkata, with possibility of it being flexible depending on the area.

Place your order 24 hours prior to delivery (or a minimum of 48 hours before an event) by calling +91 9903958841; the minimum quantity per item is six pieces

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