Indian Café With Mexican Twist Planned for Irving

Desilicious Kitchen will offer Indian cuisine, Mexican dishes to diners.
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A new restaurant concept featuring upscale Indian cuisine and Mexican dishes is opening in Irving. Desilicious Kitchen will take over the space of a former pizzeria at 2000 Esters Rd., #208 in Irving.

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Desilicious Kitchen owner and manager Ahmed Quiyum told What Now Dallas they will do some renovations to the space and hope to open to the public this fall. The nearly 2,100-square-foot space will feature indoor dining.

The menu is still being finalized but will include Indian dishes, as well as tacos and burritos. “It’s not exactly fusion, but it will be a mixture. It’s more for people to come and hang out than fine dining,” Quiyum said.

The Irving location will be the first for Desilicious Kitchen. “It’s a challenge. I’m excited, a bit nervous, obviously, but I’m pretty confident because I know there are people in the market for it,” Quiyum explained.

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