Swagath Group launches brand ‘Indian Grill Company’

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Updated: December 11, 2014 6:24 PM

Swagath Group has announced the launch of new brand 'Indian Grill Company. Leading from the front

Swagath Group has announced the launch of new brand ‘Indian Grill Company. Leading from the front, Jayaram Banan, founder of Sagar ratna, is all set to create a brand new icon in the firmament of Indian Food & Hospitality. Indian Grill Company is a semi formal diner concept, by people and for people who love food. The Indian Grill Company concept is designed to give value for money to the diners, with unlimited serving of authentic Indian food.

Jayaram Banan, MD, Sawagath Group said, “India is known for Kabab’s and we are introducing Indian Grill Concept with our new venture, we worked on something new for the people. At Swagath, we aim to deliver the best experiences to our guests. Not only will we provide value for money services but also will add innovative and exciting features which have never been experienced in the concept of hospitality.”

Swagath Group is confident of designing the best product for the Indian consumers which will be launched in Dec 2014. Swagath Group has invested INR two crores in the first property at the Connaught Place and has plans to invest INR 50 crores for opening new restaurants in India and Internationally.

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