Indian food comes to the village
- Published: October 22, 2010
Askhilesh and Pratibha Nigam, who formerly owned Nigam’s Restaurant in Beavercreek, are bringing Indian food to the village. Now that the ice cream season has ended, the couple is offering Indian dishes at the Corner Cone, now called the Indian Food Corner. The new business is open Thursday–Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m, and its first day was Thursday, Oct. 21.
Dishes are for take-out, and customers may take them home or eat on the Corner Cone premises. Currently the restaurant offers lentil soup, chole (a chick pea dish), chicken tikka masala, navratan korma and saag paneer. Nan, an Indian bread, is available in spinach, potato, cheese, tomato basil, garlic, green onion and turmeric flavors.
A more detailed article on the new business will appear in an upcoming Yellow Springs News.
4 Responses to “Indian food comes to the village”
Its nice to have a local option. Although it’s not on Jeet’s level, it’s much healthier.
Yay!, I just noticed the Indian Food sign at the corner last weekend. Looking forward to not having to drive 30 minutes to Beavercreek.
I just saw this add and I’m so excited I can’t even wait for tomorrow! I LOVE indian food and have been frustrated that the closest restaraunt is still quite a drive. I am pretty sure this is the same guy who sold some saag paneer at the farmers market. If so, it got good reviews from my friend who bought the last container that day. I know where I’m going for lunch tomorrow! 🙂
We just had lunch here, we had the chole and the chicken tikka masala with nan. Both were very good and the portions are large enough that we have enough left for later. It is nice to have a new place in town.