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Indian Restaurant Opens (Softly) In Rheem Valley Center

Enthusiasts looking for a change in their local diet noted the arrival of The New Delhi Bistro at the Rheem Valley Shopping Center last week.

 

The doors of Moraga's latest addition to the local restaurant scene opened softly last week with the gentle opening of the New Delhi Bistro in the Rheem Valley Center.

Owner Roos Pal, who many of you know from her work at at the other end of town, told Patch this was going to happen quite a while ago and it's nice to see things come to fruition. Roos said she knew there was a demand for ethnic foods locally and that she hoped to meet that need with the New Delhi. The doors opened for a "soft opening" Friday.

Will Moragans think the time is right for a little Chicken Tikka? We'll see, but many well-traveled locals have privately expressed their secret cravings for fare of this type. Look for a grand opening soon when Roos gets the restaurant operation humming along the way she wants it.

New Delhi Bistro is between T.J. Maxx and Mountain Mike's Pizza.

El Cucuy July 30, 2012 at 06:52 PM
Ate there for lunch this weekend. I had actually planned to eat at the Thai place a few doors down, but it was closed. The food was good, prices were decent. Glad to see that there's an Indian place nearby -- I wish them luck.
Tim Davis July 30, 2012 at 06:59 PM
What did you have if you don't mind my asking? I love good Indian food.
Chris Nicholson August 01, 2012 at 02:16 AM
Tried this place tonight. Still eating, in fact. Counter service only. Seems geared for lunch, but great for take-out. Food was really good. Naan is rolled out and cooked to order in a legit tandoor oven. Nice touch. Although all the customers seemed to be sampling the Indian food, they also have a full sandwich set up in case you like your Delhi "H-less." A welcome addition.
Nicholas August 01, 2012 at 02:24 AM
cell phone food pictures!!!
Kathryn Sibley November 13, 2012 at 07:42 PM
All I can say is YUM!

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