Feast Of The Year: Swiggy Unveils Jaw-Dropping Order As Mumbai Customer Splurges Rs 42.3 Lakh On Food

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Feast Of The Year: Swiggy Unveils Jaw-Dropping Order As Mumbai Customer Splurges Rs 42.3 Lakh On Food

One of India’s top food delivery services, Swiggy, has made a jaw-dropping disclosure on an amazing meal order that a Mumbai-based customer placed.

With a whopping ₹42.3 lakh, the order was one of the biggest single transactions in the platform’s history. 

Questions concerning the nature of the order and the costly selections made by the buyer have been raised by the incident, which has aroused curiosity and attention.

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Who Is This Man?

The man is a resident of Mumbai, and his name is not revealed.

What Did He Do?

The Amount Of Food That Mumbai Residents Ordered From Swiggy In 2023 Amounted To Rs 42.3 Lakh
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The annual report of food delivery firm Swiggy showed something that stunned people all over the internet. An annual report from the online food delivery app states that only this year, a man placed an order for meals totaling Rs 42.3 lakh. 

Swiggy has launched its annual report on food delivery, “How India Swiggy in 2023,” as the year draws close. The study provides insights into the dining tastes of the desi population, and the most popular food ordered through the platform in the nation is biryani, which tops the chart. 

According to Swiggy’s report, “A user from Mumbai placed food orders worth Rs 42.3 lakh (no, that’s not a CTC).”

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When Did This Happen?

The Amount Of Food That Mumbai Residents Ordered From Swiggy In 2023 Amounted To Rs 42.3 Lakh
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This year (in 2023), a resident of Mumbai placed an order with Swiggy valued at Rs 42.3 lakh, the online meal delivery service revealed in its annual report released on December 14. 

Where Do Other Dishes Stand In This Annual Swiggy Report?

The Amount Of Food That Mumbai Residents Ordered From Swiggy In 2023 Amounted To Rs 42.3 Lakh
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The astounding data in the survey demonstrated how much Indians enjoy biryani. Throughout the year, people requested 2.5 servings of biryani per second, which is an incredible rate. 

Swiggy’s top-charting dish has been biryani for a while, and 2023 was no different, as it won the title for the eighth consecutive year.

A food lover from Hyderabad has become a notable biryani fan, having placed 1,633 orders in a year, or more than four plates a day on average. Although chicken biryani remained a popular dish, vegetarians became more prevalent, with one vegetarian biryani being ordered for every 5.5 chickens.

During the intense India vs. Pakistan cricket match, the popularity of biryani peaked when a Chandigarh family ordered 70 plates at once.

Here Is The List Of Other Winners

Another notable order was placed by a resident of Jhansi, who placed an astounding 269 things in a single day. In the meantime, a family in Bhubaneswar decided to have a pizza feast, placing an astounding order of 207 pizzas, demonstrating the country’s fondness for the cheesy treat.

These statistics, along with the fact that Bengaluru was named the “Cake Capital” due to its 8.5 million chocolate cake orders and that on Valentine’s Day, 271 cakes were ordered nationwide, represent India’s rich and varied culinary traditions.

The Amount Of Food That Mumbai Residents Ordered From Swiggy In 2023 Amounted To Rs 42.3 Lakh
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Furthermore, the 2023 International Year of Millets celebration made a lasting impression, as seen by a 124% increase in millet-based meal orders on Guilt Free and other platforms. An increase in search queries for meals featuring millet by 38% was another indication of the health-conscious trend.

Hyderabad’s passion for idlis reached unprecedented heights when a devoted client spent an astounding six lakhs on this South Indian treat alone.

The 2x greater orders of Japanese cuisine compared to its Korean counterpart further demonstrated the culinary preference for Japanese animation over K-pop, illustrating India’s food choices’ dynamic and constantly changing landscape.

Swiggy’s report offers a taste of India’s varied palate, where ancient flavours coexist peacefully with contemporary ease. The legacy of biryani is still enhancing millions of people’s lives around the nation, one flavorful spoonful at a time, as we say goodbye to 2023.

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