We were just three young boys, who started @AmboEats.

We were just three young boys, who started @AmboEats.

During the pandemic, New York City was a graveyard. Every month, 2,000-3,000 people were losing their lives, and the cost of rent had skyrocketed to $15,000 per month. But me and my two friends were determined to continue to work on our dream project Ambo eats : delicious and healthy indian meals.

We were just three young boys, who started @AmboEats. We would wake up early at 4 am and cook food to deliver during the peak of the pandemic. We knew we had to keep going, no matter how challenging it got. We cooked and delivered meals to people in need, even when times were tough.

All our hard work paid off in the end. We weren’t just cooks and delivery boys; we were also engineer entrepreneurs who came to the USA from India with a big dream. We wanted to change the way people thought about Indian food and make it healthier and more popular. It was a journey that took us four years to accomplish.

We did everything ourselves to save money. We built furniture, painted the walls, and even took used old wine bottles from our friends to use as plant holders. Labor in New York City was expensive, so we had to be resourceful and do it all on our own.

When people started telling us that our restaurant tasted like their mom’s kitchen, it made us really proud. We knew we had succeeded in creating a place where people could enjoy authentic Indian food that was good for them.

We gave ourselves 5 years to achieve our dreams, and we were willing to do whatever it took. Sometimes, you don’t have to get caught up in the same old patterns. Following your heart can lead you to amazing places. In this country, there’s often a temptation to chase after the American Dream job, but if that’s not what you truly want, remember that you can always choose your own path. Don’t let the pressure of societal expectations overwhelm you. Keep believing, and doors will open for you. Looking back, I’m grateful that I chose the road less traveled. It turned out to be the right choice for me. It wasn’t always easy, but it was worth it. I’m proud to have made a difference and to have shown people that Indian food can be delicious and healthy.

"All our hard work paid off in the end. We weren't just cooks and delivery boys; we were also engineer entrepreneurs who came to the USA from India with a big dream."

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