|1 - 1.25 Cr||Fine Dine||2000-3000sqft|
|City of Origin||Country of Origin|
Traditional and ethnic sense of this shining rosy metal, i.e. copper, has wowed many chefs and guests. Its influence dating back to the Mughal era has made it a mascot of Indian cooking. Moreover, copper is one such metal which not only looks strikingly beautiful but also is an excellent conductor of heat. Food cooked in copper utensils lined with steel cooks uniformly and gives excellent results. Cooking in a copper kadai gives braising effect to the dishes prepared and makes it even tastier… -KOPPER KADAI King of Curries & Kebabs.