Jumboking’s ‘make in India’ story is betting big on vegetarianism.


In a country with an involved vegetarian population, Jumboking, a Quick Service Restaurant chain incepted in 2001, has taken up the mantle of serving its customers, burgers with the green dot.

Jumboking now serves standardised flavours of the Indian burger, across 115 stores, in high footfall locations in Mumbai, New Bombay, Thane & Pune. The brand also has delivery tie-ups with Swiggy, Zomato and Uber Eats to service out -of-store orders.

The brand’s USP is that it offers India’s mobile, on-the-go, urban population, vegetarian flavours of the Indian burger, such as nachos, schezwan and tandoori paneer, at convenient locations along their commute.

Jumboking pure vegetarian offerings that are hot, crispy and bursting with flavour, available at a special price each day of the week.

Like The Corn Palak Jumboking on Monday, The Cheese Jumboking on Tuesday, The Schezwan Jumboking on Wednesday, The Nachos Jumboking on  Thursday, The Crispy Veg Jumboking on  Friday, The Double-Decker Jumboking on  Saturday and The Tandoori Paneer Jumboking is available on Sunday.