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New Indian Restaurant Opening soon in Doylestown

Kawa Grill set to compete for our town’s Indian food diners with Cross Culture.

It’s been a few months now that the Doylestown Market Place deli and convenience store closed down operations at 54 E. State St, next to Spice Thai.

After weeks of just a mess of an inside, plainly visible through a slapdash papering of the windows, new tenants are preparing to open a new Indian restaurant, to be called Kawa Grill. This means that diners looking for Indian cuisine in Doylestown will soon be able to find it on both sides of Main St.

A construction permit has been issued and is visible in the store window, but for now paper hides everything being done.

But before we know, one more of our empty storefronts will finally be filled again.

charlie July 12, 2012 at 12:07 PM
These are the same tenants/owners as the Doylestown Market Place. It wasn't empty, meaning a vacant business, just a new direction for the owners
Bob July 14, 2012 at 01:12 PM
Hopefully they have a good lunch and/or dinner buffet. The Cross Culture doesnt have a buffet. Also why is indian food so expensive in doylestown? I work in central NJ and those small towns with higher cost of living than us have reasonable food prices at those indian restaurants. Now with three indian restaurants in town/twp, i hope one starts to cater to economical vs. "high end".
Jeff Lugar July 14, 2012 at 01:54 PM
Which is the third?
Monty Kainth July 17, 2012 at 06:01 AM
Bob - Indian restaurants have the most tendency of closing down or changing hands.... Wish if you would have known??? The reason is buffets ......because majority of Indian restaurants are not run by food professionals...... Instead just opened by some investors such as IT people, doctors or other investors who not even know what the food costs are....neither know anything about what it takes to run a restaurant..... Resulting in closure or falling to some other inexperienced operator. Cross Culture introduced Indian food in Central Bucks almost 6 years back with only 14 seats and have now grown to 4 locations in Doylestown, Lambertville, Princeton and Haddonfield and none of its location have buffet style of food. Princeton is a big market with 5 Indian restaurants in the borough & probably at least 25 restaurants surrounding Princeton & would proudly say Cross Culture is top of the line great food , great ambience and impeccable service which very few can compete with. In short restaurants like Cross Culture are for those people who prefer quality versus quantity. Lastly , since Cross Culture proved its presence in these markets .... Now every Tom, Dick , Harry wants to open Indian restaurants in Doylestown.
Ellen LoGiudice July 18, 2012 at 02:16 PM
The third is Taste of India II on N. Easton Rd.
Christopher Donald July 19, 2012 at 11:12 AM
Actually the correct name of the business is Best Taste of India II. It is in the strip mall next to where the AT&T store used to be.
pratap negi July 21, 2012 at 07:09 PM
Hi im Indian chef from india I have 14 year experience about Indian food now looking job Abroad I have experience from five stars hotels restaurant resort etc. if somebody need Indian chef from india you can contect me pratap_negi@hotmail.com
lissserrr August 08, 2012 at 01:21 AM
Chef. Have. 21. Year. Experience. He. Knows. What. He. Is. Doing Our chef is the best ... Let your taste buds decide
lissserrr August 08, 2012 at 01:25 AM
Great food ...great prices....something for everyone....that's kawa's creed...
Bob August 26, 2012 at 09:59 PM
When does kawa open?
Mike L. December 30, 2012 at 10:20 PM
Has anyone tried the food at Kawa Grill yet? Looking at the menu the prices seem reasonable. Anxious to give it a try.
steve b February 04, 2013 at 12:37 AM
kawa grill- basically crap-vegetables food is not fresh out of cans, expensive fine doykrdtown, server not rude but curt, would never go again terrible experience

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