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More reasons to dine at Nirvanna

Thursday, September 07, 2017

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The award-winning Nirvanna restaurant affords its patrons yet more reasons to enjoy the culinary delights of India. Habitu s like Thursday Food find it difficult to stray too far from menu favourites and even off-menu ones that the chefs are always willing to create. We reckon you understand our dilemma!

A month away from its second anniversary, the chic eatery designed by Indian architect Sanjay Bikerikar, with luxe interior by Green Square Interiors and run with precision by Anil and Mahek Chatani and a cabal of internationally acclaimed chefs who move in perfect harmony to create the vast menu options from appetisers to salads and mains, the tables continue to turn and most importantly, diners leave satisfied.

Smartly not resting on their laurels, the Nirvanna team, just in case you've really tried everything on the menu twice, has introduced more reasons to dine at Nirvanna. Co-owner Mahek Chatani shared with Thursday Food the importance of exceeding customer expectations, listening to patrons and versatility. “I recently returned from vacation in India with new ideas. We are a progressive Indian fusion restaurant and enjoy keeping up with trends. Plus, our repeat customers need to break the monotony, so creating new dishes keep it exciting,” she said.

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