After years serving loyal guests in the Highland Village area, Chef Kiran Verma needed relocate her innovative Indian, French and American restaurant in mid-2016, when the office building that held the concept was scheduled to be demolished. In her new Richmond Avenue location, which opened in early 2017, Kiran’s prepares authentic Mughlai dishes of Northern India that fuse American and French cuisine, resulting in an exciting menu that is both adventurous and delicious.
Venture beyond the dramatic, hammered gold entrance and into a contemporary dining space that is warmly inviting with pops of orange and gold mixing with sleek wood accents. There, guests will find an expanded space that can accommodate 175 seats, along with a menu of familiar favorites, as well as a handful of new items. Kiran’s cocktail and wine program continues to stand out with a well-vetted line-up of scotch, whiskey and libations that incorporate kitchen flavors and spices like green cardamom, chai and garam masala.
The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner, Monday through Friday, and dinner-only on Saturday.
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