Indikitch to Open in NoMad!
Indian restaurant Indikitch will be opening in the NoMad next week. The concept is to present tasty Indian food made from quality ingredients at low prices. The restaurant has been characterized as the Indian equivalent of Mexican food chain Chipotle for their quick service and for their use of fresh, GMO and preservative-free ingredients.
The customizable menu offers up both sandwiches on a toasted roll with coriander mayonnaise as well as feast platters cooked on a fire as you watch. The restaurant will serve Indian staples like curries, paneer and naan, as well as speciality beverages like mango lassi, ginger sugarcane juice and imported Indian beers. Meal prices are as low as $8.95.
The restaurant is owned by Deep Foods Inc., which also owns frozen Indian food brand Tandoor Chef. Deep Foods partner Chef Deepak Amin says, “If you want it spicy, we add the green chiles into the oil that we’re sautéing. The heat gets infused with the oil. That’s the authentic way to add heat in an Indian curry dish.”
Indikitch opens on January 30th at 25 West 23rd Street, between 5th and 6th Avenues. Check out Indikitch’s Facebook and Twitter, or sign up on their mailing list to be invited for a special treat when they open.
Welcome to the neighborhood, Indikitch!