Bhojanic closing its Decatur location

Thali combo platter of Chicken Tikka, Daal and califlower served with rice pullao, raita, papadam and chapati at Bhojanic. (BECKY STEIN/special)

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Thali combo platter of Chicken Tikka, Daal and califlower served with rice pullao, raita, papadam and chapati at Bhojanic. (BECKY STEIN/special)

Indian mainstay Bhojanic is shutting its doors in Decatur after 12 years, but will open a new concept in the area in 2016 according to the restaurant's Facebook page :

After 12 years, it is both with a heavy heart but also with excitement that we are announcing the closing of our Decatur location on November 30, 2015. Unfortunately, our lease at this location has come to an end and we could not come to terms on a lease extension. We are glad to let everyone know that our entire staff has the opportunity to continue working with us at either our Buckhead location or Catering kitchen. At the same time, we are excited to say that we will not be gone from the area long. Please be on the lookout for an announcement regarding our new concept that will be opening in the area the 1st quarter of 2016.

Additionally, Bhojanic Catering is also expanding into a larger facility. Earlier this year we purchased a warehouse and are in the permitting processes for converting it to a commissary kitchen to facilitate our continued growth in catering and foodservice.

Bhojanic, which opened a second location in Buckhead in 2013, features classic North Indian cuisine and is also known for its vegan and vegetarian fare. Read more about owner Archna Becker and her culinary philosophy here.

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