There's a newcomer on the fast-casual scene. Inday, a healthy lunchtime Indian restaurant is opening in NoMad today with the help of restaurant mega investor and Jean-Georges Vongerichten partner Phil Suarez. The concept comes from former finance guy Basu Ratnam, who grew up with his mother's Indian cooking. Options like rice bowls and wraps fall into the traditional fast-casual categories. There's also a "not rice" option made of shredded brussels sprouts and cauliflower. Proteins (hormone and antibiotic free, of course) include smoked tofu, banana leaf pork, and grilled chicken. So far the team hasn't said anything about expansion plans, but if this location works out, more will likely pop up around town.
Fast-Casual Indian Spot Inday Opens Today With Some Help From Phil Suarez
There are rice bowls, salads, wraps, and the like.
by Devra Ferst