New Jersey-based frozen food company Deep Indian Kitchen will open its first restaurant in the Garden State, a company spokeswoman told NJ Advance Media.
It will be located at 1080 Springfield Rd. in Union, near company headquarters. An official opening date has not yet been announced.
Deep Indian Kitchen has five other locations, all of which are in New York but temporarily closed, the spokeswoman said.
The menu for the New Jersey restaurant has not yet been finalized. At Deep Indian Kitchen’s other locations, there are traditional dishes like Tikka Masala, Lamb Kofta, Biryani, Samosas and Kati Rolls.
The company’s frozen meals, breads and appetizers can be found in major supermarkets, including ShopRite, Wegmans and Whole Foods, according to its website.
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