Altamount Restaurant group announced the launch of its new restaurant in Raleigh near NC State University. This will be the group’s second venture in the state of North Carolina. The grand opening is slated for 19th November.
Dharani’s express model promises to bring the popular South Indian street food and iconic dishes from Dakshin. “We are excited to open our second location”, said Suresh.Ch, Dharani’s managing partner of North Carolina. “We chose the NCSU area because of highly dynamic and diverse neighborhood. The area is thickly populated with families and residents who desire simple and delicious food with extraordinary service. We are very much looking forward to serve our guests here at NCSU.”
Dharani’s express with 100 seating is strategically located few minutes away from North Carolina State University, Downtown Raleigh. The menu will be steeped with south Indian tradition, and will be presented in a warm welcoming environment. Dharani’s creation of some of the special dishes including Nawabi Kofta, Pesarattu Korma along with Dakshin flavors of Chettinad Dishes, Ennaikatrikai, Pundu Kuzhambu, Vanjaram Vepudu, Kodi Iguru, Aratikaya Bajji and many more are included in the menu.
Dharani is well known for its upscale dining environment and elegant ambience. Speaking on the occasion, Mr.Bhaskar Rednam, founder of Altamount Restaurant Group said “The groups expansion is phenomenal. We signed up for new locations in Latham NY, VA, MA and Texas. Our interiors are carefully crafted to suit the mood of the guests. Hence it takes immense time and effort to setup each establishment.”
Dharani takes the pride in announcing mega lunch buffet on this Thanksgiving Weekend across all locations to celebrate the holiday season. Please come and join us to feed your cravings.
Other establishments of Altamount group include, Dharani, Dharani Express, Mawa House and Dharani-Galaxy.
3281 Avent Ferry Rd,
Raleigh, NC – 27606
Press note released by: Indian Clicks, LLC
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