An Indian-inspired restaurant from New Haven, CT will soon open an outpost in Boston. Tikkaway Grill is seeking a license to operate at 55 Boston Wharf Rd., right on the Fort Point and Seaport District line, as Boston Restaurant Talk reports.
Gopinath V. Nair is the person behind Tikkaway, and a licensing board agenda indicates that the restaurant could operate from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. According to Tikkaway’s website, Nair can often be found “personally serving up [the restaurant’s] tasty Indian-inspired dishes and sharing his positive energy with every guest.”
The restaurant first opened in New Haven in 2013, and it specializes in fast-casual, Indian-inspired cuisine. The customizable meals are available with assorted bases, fillings, and toppings. Customers choose between a roti wrap, a rice bowl, or a salad bowl, and fillings like chicken, lamb, chickpeas, farmers cheese, or potatoes. Vegetables can then be added to the mix, and there are three chutneys available: mint, raita, and tamarind. Each meal comes with one of six signature sauces, including masala, khorma, and vindaloo, among others.