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Winning hearts one biryani at a time

When you have a meal from Biriyani Factory, we leave no stone unturned to make your day special! You will find that our Indian Biryanis are in a class of their own. Here at Biriyani Factory, we strive to make everything tastes authentic and delicious.

Historically, there are many legends associated with the development of Biryani. The most popular is the story related to Mumtaz Mahal, wife of Shah Jahan, the fifth emperor. Upon visiting the troops, Mumtaz found that the Mughal soldiers looked malnourished. To provide sustenance to the soldiers, she asked the chefs to prepare a dish with meat and rice. A new meal was whipped up with an amalgamation of fragrant spices and cooked over a wood fire. Thus the creation of Biryani. Other legends ranging from Taimur, Nizams of Hyderabad, and Nawabs of Lucknow; these individuals are not only known for their appreciation of this delicacy but also played a pivotal role in the development, creation, and evolution of Biryani we know and enjoy today.

From the many kitchens of India and the world over, Biriyani Factory brings you delectable-authentic Biryanis to Woodland Hills.

Do you have Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten Free options ?

We have a vegetarian option in our biryani as well as curries. Unfortunately we do not have a vegan option on our menu. While our biryani is gluten free, our indian breads like Naan are not. Please refer to our allergen guide to know more.

What can I expect in Biriyani? Is it spicy?

Traditionally biryani consists of special marinated vegetables/meat which is then cooked under a bed of white rice. Each of our orders is served with “raita” a yogurt based dip and “salan” a mild spiced curry dip. This dish would be medium to high level of spice – in case you would like a milder non spicy version, we recommend adding an extra raita to your order or you could ask to substitute your salan for some extra raita!
We recommend pairing biriyani with a glass of lassi to cut the heat but if it gets too spicy (if you’re sensitive to spice) you could try having it with some naan.

I have food allergies - what allergens are in biryani?

Dairy, Nut, Wheat/Gluten, Fish, Egg, Crustacean – All are present in the kitchen. In case you have any allergies we suggest proceeding with caution.

What are your timings?

Woodland Hills Location:
11:30 AM to 9PM (Mon to Wednesday)
8:30AM to 9PM (Thursday to Sunday)

Anaheim Location:
11:30 AM to 9:30 PM (Sunday)
Closed (Monday)
11:30 AM to 9:30 PM Tuesday to Saturday)

Is parking available?

Yes, we have limited parking available at all our locations.