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Jimmy Rizvi, the restaurateur behind the acclaimed Indian restaurants GupShup in Gramercy and Chote Miya in DUMBO, has opened a second location of Chote Miya in Manhattan’s Chelsea Market.
“Chote Miya is the food my family and I love to eat, not only when we’re in India, but when we’re at home together,” says Rizvi. “While there are classic and traditional preparations for many dishes, part of the fun of cooking with family is creating new traditions, and that’s what we’re hoping to do here.”
Guests will find a broad selection of Indian specialties starting with assorted chaats, curries, and kababs, including the Shami Kabab made from an 80-year-old family recipe, and chicken and goat Biryani served in reusable terracotta bowls. More traditional offerings include Tandoori chicken, butter chicken, and paneer momos served with dipping sauce. Finish with some mango soft serve.
Craft beer, wine, and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic seasonal slushies are also available alongside traditional drinks like mango chili lassi, nimbu pani, and assorted bottled soft drinks.
For more information, visit www.chotemiya.com
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