JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Bolo Curry announces its grand opening scheduled for Thursday, April 5 at 5:00 p.m. Executive Chef Panna Lal Sharma will lead the way and has cooked for three presidents of India and also for the former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi.
Sharma has received numerous accolades for his cuisine, including a gold medal for his novel cuisine of India which was presented by the Hyatt Group of hotels at a food competition held in France. His prior employers had a broad-range of taste and as a result, he is skilled at combining many flavors and techniques.
Bolo translates to “say” in English, so just “Say Curry.” The fine-dining restaurant can accommodate up to 70 guests; a banquet hall holds up to 100 and catering services are available for small and large parties.
“Newark Avenue is known as ‘India Square’ because the street is filled with Indian vendors and a few Indian restaurants as well,” Sharma said. “We thought this would be the perfect venue to showcase the talents of our team.”
The Chef’s signature items will include: Tandoori chicken, Tandoori lamb chops; lemon shrimp, and fish moulli curry. Vegetarian specials range from Mutter Methi Malai – a combination of fenugreek, cheese and peas, in a creamy curry – to Dal Makhani which is cardamom-scented butter with whipped lentils, and flavored with curry leaves.
Not only is Sharma a master in the kitchen, but he also holds a Ph.D in Indian culture; he enjoys sharing his culinary and historical knowledge with guests.
Plans for the future include possible franchise opportunities. For more information, call: 201-889-8354.
Bolo Curry is being promoted by Meera Consulting, Inc., a business and technology consulting firm; the restaurant is located at: 839 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, NJ, 07306.
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