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Guru’s Indian Cuisine Moving to the Former Saloon Location on Sycamore Street

Guru’s Indian Cuisine Moving to the Former Saloon Location on Sycamore Street | Newtown News of Interest |

Big news for Sycamore Street and our friends over at Guru’s Indian Cuisine.

Later this year Chef Guru and the crew will be pulling up roots on Cambridge Lane and moving down the street to the former Saloon at Jefferson Street.

Come early December, you will be able to sip unique cocktails and savor Guru’s authentic Indian cooking a 1/2 mile down the road at its bigger and better location at 203 North Sycamore Street.

“Walk in the front door and you’ll be able to order a drink at the bar while tasting a wide variety of tapas, including healthy, gluten-free and vegan options,” said our friends at Guru. “The restaurant side will still serve the traditional Indian cuisine that you know and love.”

Guru’s will be transforming the upstairs into banquet rooms with the option of a more intimate gathering space for up to 20 people, equipped with a projector that would be the perfect option for your next corporate meeting, or a large banquet room for up to 100 people - ideal for birthday parties, weddings, showers and more.

Since its opening, Guru’s has built a reputation for its Indian food and its generosity in the community.

Inside the kitchen, Chef Ashni Kumar Guru recreates and reinterprets the dishes of India from the diverse Indian states to unique fusions of classic recipes with Indo-Chinese and Mexican culinary influences.

Stayed tuned for future updates regarding their big grand reopening.

johnmacknewtown's insight:

A carriage sitting on the front porch is a relic from when the building was home to FB Wentworth’s General Merchandise. It's an historic landmark in need of repair.

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