Vivaha Bhojanambu: New restaurant branch inaugurated at AS Rao Nagar


The new branch of Vivaha Bhojanambu restaurant, at Hyderabad’s AS Rao Nagar, was inaugurated on Sunday evening. Offering yummy dishes and delectable cuisines, this one follows the branches of Jubilee Hills and Secundrabad, and food courts in AMB Mall and My Home Bhooja, Hi-Tech City.

The event was graced by J Santosh Kumar, Member of Parliament; P Srinivas Reddy, MLC; K Naveen Rao, MLC; Subash Reddy, MLA; Laxma Reddy, Senior TRS leader; Purushottham Reddy, Corporator; Pavani Reddy, AS Rao Nagar’s Corporator; and founder Sundeep Kishan. Ravi Raju, Sundeep Kishan, Amith Juvvadi, and Yadigiri own the restaurant chain.

Speaking on the occasion, Sundeep Kishan said, “I thank you all for gracing the occasion. It’s because of our patrons that we have been growing. You love our food and you always encourage us. Our team has always served the best in terms of quality. We started out three years ago and have successfully opened a new outlet every December since then. Coming to this new branch, it’s a three-storied one with a party hall and a banquet each on two floors. We are planning to launch new outlets in other cities. I have always believed in direct interaction with the consumers, both of my films and restaurants. I thank everyone for bringing it this far. Directly and indirectly, 1000 families are dependent on our chain of restaurants for their livelihood.”

Ravi Raju, one of the partners, said, “The restaurant can accommodate 100, while the banquets can accommodate 200 at a time. Our restaurants have served new and novel dishes. We thank the public for always loving our food.”

Yadagiri, the Head Chef and one of the partners, said, “When Sundeep Kishan chose the name Vivaha Bhojanambu, I didn’t understand the intent behind the name. I slowly understood why he chose it. It denotes healthy and lovely dishes. We believe that food is the best medicine. It has been our resolve to give you all the affection of a mother through our food. We will reach out to the coming generation too.”