Guests at the new site, at 39 Elm St., will see the eatery’s chefs prepare dishes tableside for what owners Simran Bakshi and Kanika Vij-Bakshi will be an “interactive” experience.
The restaurant will also offer additional seating as well as other changes to its decor, co-owner Simran Bakshi says: “Spice Bazaar will no longer be known as casual dining as we have designed a more vibrant environment, making it into modern Indian dining.”
Spice Bazaar will also be rolling out new menu items, including guava oysters, pineapple avocado tacos and spiced pork ribs. Diners will also be able to cap off their meals with The Chocolate Ball Smash, which will be “garnished tableside as you indulge.”
“The goal of Spice Bazaar is to push the culinary envelope to a more modern interpretation of Indian cuisine,” says co-owner Kanika Vij-Bakshi.
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