decent amount of critical acclaim, but the venue is apparently going to be replaced with a new concept. We weren’t immediately able to get in touch with Aravind’s owners, but new signs on the storefront indicate that Namaste Nepal, an Indian and Nepalese restaurant, is opening soon in Aravind’s spot. The space appears to be undergoing renovations.">

Aravind to be replaced with a Nepalese-Indian restaurant


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Greektown’s Aravind restaurant opened just over two years ago to a decent amount of critical acclaim, but the venue is apparently going to be replaced with a new concept. We weren’t immediately able to get in touch with Aravind’s owners, but new signs on the storefront indicate that Namaste Nepal, an Indian and Nepalese restaurant, is opening soon in Aravind’s spot. The space appears to be undergoing renovations.

We’re curious to see what Namaste Nepal will bring to the table, but Aravind’s Keralan cuisine, and its South Indian brunch, will be missed. Here’s hoping that Aravind reopens elsewhere.   

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