- An entrepreneur with a turnover of Rs 3 crore from a small food stall
- 40 years of success in the food business
- He first started his business in 1978 on a street in Indore
He had to work at a very young age to change hunger. Then think of your own business. The project was started in 1978 on a street in Indore under the name Johnny Hot Dog. The turnover from the hot dog business will shock anyone. Rs 3 crore.
He received no primary education and at the age of eight began working in the canteen of the Government Engineering College, Indore. Tea, bread and omelettes were served to millions of students throughout the day. His bread omelette was a dish in high demand among students. This is what strengthened my dream of having my own restaurant.
At the age of 11, Vijay started his own food stall. He collected Rs 4,500 from the money he bought from his mother and the money he saved from his savings. The food stall started on 120 square feet. He wanted this food stall to be different from other stalls in the city that serve samosas and other sweets.
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That’s how Alu Tika came up with the recipe. Each of these experiments was performed. Finally the sandwich itself was baked in ghee. Then there was the hot dog experiment, a theater in the city that only showed English movies. Hot dogs were served as snacks in their canteen. Hot dogs also came to mind when the theater closed.
From this idea, he invented two other items made like hot dog with chicken and mutton. The Wedge Hot Dog sold for 50 paise and the Non-Veg One for 75 paise. As it became a hit, so did the business.
With the expansion of the business online, more than 100 orders a day began to be received. Also the price for hot dog dishes. Prices start at Rs 30 and later. The hot dog entrepreneur who ordered the most people through Uber Eats also received a company recognition. The award was received directly in Hong Kong.