Famous Biriyani makers from Kolkata, Arsalan, is planning to spread its wings beyond city boundaries to the districts. With three more branches set to be inaugurated in the city before the biggest festival of the Bengalis, Durga Puja, this month, Arsalan is dreaming <g data-gr-id="19">to open up its branches in Howrah</g>, Asansol and Siliguri, Arsalan’s official spokesman Mohammed Raghib <g data-gr-id="20">Parwez</g> said.
“We are planning to concentrate in the districts, mainly in the North and South 24 Parganas. We also have plans to open our new branches at Dumdum and Baruipur,” <g data-gr-id="21">Parwez</g> said.
Arsalan, which currently has five restaurants in the city, will have three new locations near Ruby hospital on E M Bypass, Chinar Park in Rajarhat and one on Jessore Road.
Started in 2002, Arsalan has gained popularity because of its Biriyani, succulent kebabs and their unique combination of Mughlai and modern cuisine besides fish and prawn delicacies.