Oye Kake, a home away from home, a household name that serves you the delectable northern cuisine and makes your homesick heart feel at ease. Making a place for themselves in the “Vegetarian Punjabi Food” space for almost a decade, with three outlets strategically placed in the heart of Mumbai city- Fort & Lower Parel and Ghatkopar – this is the perfect place for you to experience the rich flavours of Punjab.
Like all other religions, Sikhism shares a divine philosophy of making the world a better place. Sevā in Sikhism is a concept of selfless service performed without any expectation of result or reward for it, these services are performed to benefit other human beings or the society. The communities around the globe have been seen reflecting on the same. Sharing the divine mindset of ‘Service’ and ‘Giving Back to Society’- in honour of the martyrdom of Guru Arjan and Sikhs, Oye Kake introduces the Seva Thali campaign to raise meals for the needy every Thursday (dedicated to the 10 gurus of Sikhism).
At a minimal rate of Rs. 649 + taxes, one can enjoy the delicious flavours of the north and the delight of feeding the stomach of the deserving. The ustaads at Oye Kake prepare the dishes with the utmost love to earn a place in the guest’s heart. The founders have proactively joined hands with various NGOs such as The Robin Hood Army and Aarya across the city to feed the needy and provide for those who are unattended and left without care, Oye Kake serves the unlimited thali with the aim to start a chain where people can keep adding to the effort and ambition. Curating a special menu by carefully undertaking extensive research the team at Oye Kake revisits the ‘breadbasket of India’, the place where it all started nine years ago; allowing the patrons to experience and taste the food in its most authentic and evolved self.
With each Thali served, a meal will be donated to those in need. To keep up with the campaign a display board will be hoisted with numbers of thalis sold for patrons to see and help in meeting the day’s goal.
“Giving back to the community is an essential part of my core belief and with the Thaal, we will be matching every donation made so we can continue to feed as many people as we can and pledge to continue this Seva till the time Oye Kake is in business,” said owner, Pankaj Gupta.
Launching in full swing from this Thursday, 30th June, the founders of Oye Kake hope to build on the legacy and reputation with service to the society and needy as the brand believes in unity and progress.
Venue: Kamala Mills, Lower Parel, & R City – Ghatkopar
Timing: 11am to 4pm, 6pm to 11.30pm