NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Chaatable, the fourth concept from the dynamic duo of Chef Maneet Chauhan and Morph Hospitality CEO Vivek Deora is now open in Nashville’s Sylvan Heights neighborhood. The restaurant is open 5-10 p.m. Sundays to Thursdays and 5-11 p.m. Fridays to Saturdays, closed Tuesdays.
Inspired by the couple’s childhoods in India, the menu offers authentic, regional dishes and centers around “chaat,” a flavorful category of Indian street food that means “to lick.” The sharable menu is divided into several sections, including bites, cold and hot appetizers and larger plates and features playfully-named dishes like “Street Ballin,” a potato fritter vada pau on a buttered roll with chutney; “Curry On,” pork belly sorpotel curry with green chili, and “The O.G.,” tandoori-roasted butter chicken. The bold menu is complemented by a bright beverage program featuring cocktails like “Let’s Par-Tea!” with blue tea, botanical gin and coriander and “Pani ‘Rita,” an Indian spin on a margarita with tamarind and chaat masala.
The 4,000-square-foot space transports guests to the streets of India with vivid colors, bold textures and rich materials. Design elements include Bollywood posters, silk umbrellas and a bright wall of vintage bangles. Chaatable is open for dinner and reservations can be made online.
For more information, visit www.chaatablenashville.com/reservations.
Photo credit: Jessica Sloan
About Morph Hospitality
Nashville-based Morph Hospitality Group, established in 2016, is the team behind Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Tànsuŏ, The Mockingbird and Chaatable. Founding partners include Chef Maneet Chauhan, Chauhan’s husband and Chief Executive Officer Vivek Deora, Chief Financial Officer Kevin Woods and Managing Partner Arjun Meherish. The group also includes London Parfitt as Director of Design. For more information, visit www.morphhospitality.com.
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