The popularity of Albaik, the taste of the Middle East, has reached 16 states and 30 cities in India and Nepal. The chicken restaurant chain now has 80 outlets and is growing. It will soon be launched in the southwestern Indian state of Kerala. Operated by Master Franchisor KV Mohammed Kunhi, Albaik chicken restaurant brand will have its initial presence in Kannur.
Kerala is spread over 38, 963 km2 and is located in extreme southwestern India between the Arabian Sea and the Western Ghats. It has 33 million inhabitants. Malayalam is the most widely spoken and official language of the state.
Kerala is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Famous for its beautiful backwaters and ecotourism initiatives, it was named as one of the ten paradises of the world by National Geographic Traveler. The state’s slogan is ‘God’s Own Country’. Washington Post comments it doesn’t sound smug so much as sincere, precise even. The state in the nation’s southwest is an oasis of stunning natural beauty and religious coexistence. A variety of faiths thrive in Kerala. There is a coexistence of Hindus, Muslims, Christians, and even some Jains that is apparent in the busy juxtaposition of towers, minarets, and spires that sit side by side in every city, town, and village.
Tourists who have visited Kerala attest to the state having some of the world’s best food. Albaik, the best of fried chicken, will be a welcome addition to Kerala’s dining scene.