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Now open: India House

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This listing is part of a longer article on new, relocated and soon-to-open businesses in the Wenatchee Valley. Look for it in the Business/Ag section of the Sunday World.


Who: Owned by D.D., a veteran chef of North India cuisine who goes by no other name, and managed by Mark Bhander, who’s helped run Indian restaurants for the past 13 years.

What: The only full-service India-cuisine restaurant in North Central Washington. The complete remodel of the former Smokeblossom location in downtown Wenatchee features Indian decor — many items hand-made — to give the eatery an authentic feel.

Where: 105 S. Wenatchee Ave.

When: Open 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Closed Mondays.

What you’ll find: A full lunch and dinner menu of North India cuisine, including house specialties of korma (chicken, lamb or fish cooked with cashews, golden raisins and spices in a creamy yogurt sauce) and chicken tikka masala (marinated breast pieces in a creamy tomato and onion sauce). Dozens of vegan and vegetarian dishes are offered, as well as a variety of meats cooked in a tandoor clay oven. Indian beers and local wines also available.

Any surprises? The daily lunch buffet, served 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., offers a rotating assortment of 10 house specialties — including chicken, lamb and vegetarian dishes — along with a complete salad bar and desserts. All you can eat, $9.99.

Info: 888-5334, or visit

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