Gaon restaurants is located in Malviya Nagar, Delhi NCR and it brings authentic Indian cuisine in a rustic ambiance.

Basic Information

Gaon is a feeling of true nostalgia. The restaurant brings authentic Indian cuisine in an ethnic theme and setting, making it the best-themed restaurant in Delhi-NCR. Their chefs strive to deliver the feeling and taste you associate with a home-cooked Bihari or Rajasthani meal by staying true to the origin of each regional dish. Gaon serves you a collection of distinct dishes from the realism of Bihari cuisine with the best Champaran Handi Mutton in Delhi to the magic of Rajasthani cuisine with Lal Mans and Daal Baati. The interiors of Gaon have been artistically put together to resemble the radiance of rural India; so when you step in, you are transformed into a feeling of cultural reminiscence. Gaon has been awarded the top-10 restaurants in Delhi in several F&B events, making them a prominent name in the restaurant industry. Be it a small family function, a big fat wedding, or a corporate affair- they have got you covered. See more

Legal Name

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GAON

Headquarters

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New Delhi, Delhi, India

Business Model

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B2B2C 

Founding Date

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2017

No. of Employees

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11 to 20

Core Team

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1.

Alok Ranjan

Founder

Timeline
2017
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Oct | Company Incorporation
Company Incorporation
Oct | Started Generating Revenue
Started generating Revenue
2018
Jan | Product Launch
GAON Lajpat Nagar Launched
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Revenue Streams

Target Market

B2B

FMCG with its range of affordable Spices Rrice and Authentic North Indian Delicacies under the brand name GAON

Client Segment

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FMCG, FoodTech, Travel/Hospitality

Target Companies

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Startup, Small Enterprise, Medium Enterprise, Large Enterprise

B2C

GAON brings together a huge spread of delicacies from every part of India, targetted to audience which are missing their very own food and environment.

User Age

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Less than 18, 18 to 25, 26 to 34, 35 to 45, 46 to 60, More than 60

User Income

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Lower Income, Lower-middle Income, Upper-middle Income, High Income