Tiffin service, the term itself is self explanatory. That some working professionals are unable to cook at home or some stays away from home in other cities and they don’t get food cooked at home. So there are tiffin service, who cook food and provide that cooked food to those people to their desired address.
In India food cooked at home with care and love is considered to deliver not only healthy (and relatively cheap) food but also divine contentment. Lunch is usually eaten thali-style, with a tantalising selection of regional delicacies that may include any combination of spicy vegetables, dhal, rice, yoghurt, pickles, bread and pudding served on a big steel plate or a banana leaf. The separate compartments in the tiffin lunchbox accommodate thali lunches perfectly.
Tiffin culture is now to be found all over India. Everyone – from women in brightly coloured saris working in the fields to giggling families on long train journeys – carries a tiffin to provide a compact, portable, homemade lunch.
What is a tiffin?
Tiffin is an Indian English word for a type of meal. You can buy meals from tiffin service providers if you do not have the time to cook meals yourself.
Usually tiffin service will give you home made tiffins at very affordable costs.
You can order tiffin daily, weekly or even monthly depending on the tiffin service. Some tiffin services will give you veg food and non veg food too.
These days such meals can be ordered online to get the choice of food items at your location. Commonly, the tiffins contain homemade Indian foods like chawal or pilau, home-style dal tadka or karahi curry, roti and vegetable like aloo gobi or baigan.
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According to Wikipedia:
Tiffin is an Indian English word for a type of meal. It refers to a light tea-time meal at about 3pm, or to a light breakfast consisting of typical tea-time foods. In certain parts of India, it can also refer to the midday luncheon or, in some regions of the Indian subcontinent, a between-meal snack.Wikipedia