Royal Foods Service was founded in 2010 along with its sister company Eastern Heritage Foods, an international export unit in Pakistan. We are a premium brand of frozen foods in Pakistan offering ready-to-cook & partially cooked mouth-watering delicacies in Chicken, Fish, Meat and vegetarian options. Over the past few years we have grown to become a well reputed premium Royal Foods Service of Asian food items to the service and retail sectors in Pakistan, United Kingdom, Italy and Oman. Quality and Taste is our priority and we strive to ensure our products achieve excelling standards. We ensure all of our products have full traceability back to source and only the strictest quality procedures are used. We are situated on the outskirts of a busy metropolis: Islamabad. Our processing plant is installed with the state-of-the-art processing and packaging units using hygienic methods. In order to maintain high quality standards top professionals are hired, who ensure the meat & plant are kept completely free from contamination. We are meticulous on food safety, sanitation, biological testing and real preparedness.
famous empires and their royal food
As per reports, Mughals lived an extravagant life and so were their food choices. They loved royal food and it was during their period Persian treats like Kofta, Samosa and Pulao came to India. You will be surprised to know Akbar always drank water from the Ganges and Jahangir preferred wine over food. And they all loved delicacies made with sheep, goats, and fowl.
For Roman emperors, bread and soup were their staple and also a part of their royal food habit, along with eggs, cheese, and a wide range of meat. According to data, they enjoyed lettuce after their meals, as they believed that it helped them with better sleep. Also, ice cream was their favourite dessert.
For British Kings and Queens, bacon, eggs, grilled fish and chicken, chops sausages, steaks and woodcocks are a part of their royal dining feast which they enjoy on a regular basis. At present the royalties also love fresh fruits like strawberries and are now considered a royal food item in their daily menu.
In ancient Greece, royal dining experience was all about bread and wine and the royalties till date enjoy 3-5 meals a day. When it comes to royal habits, the menu often includes beef, olives, figs, cheese and dried fish.
While meat has always been considered as a part of royal dining experience, many ancient Egyptians were vegetarians and probably that’s the reason, fruits became an integral part of royal dining. They love all sorts of berries in their meal too