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Modern Indian Food for the Beauty of Buckhead: Bhojanic- Buckhead
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01
May

Modern Indian Food for the Beauty of Buckhead: Bhojanic- Buckhead

Bhojanic started as a catering service over a decade ago and has grown to open up the initial location in Decatur and their second location in Buckhead Spring of 2013. The atmosphere is casual and inviting and has a 'green' type of environment with re-purposed wood and burlap textures in various places of the restaurant.  The music is soft and subtle and the staff is super attentive and friendly.  Everyone knows the businesses history so the culture among the staff carries its own sense of pride.

The cuisine of Bhojanic is authentic Indian.  The spices are potent, the flavors are powerful, and everything marries well no matter what you get.  I'm working my way around the menu and have gotten the lamb and goat curry.  Both favorites of mine.  The meat is very tender and well seasoned.  The rice is full of flavor and drizzled with a light oil. The mango chutney is a perfect pairing with any spicy or mild entree. The garlic naan is a MUST with each entree because it provides an additional staple to dip in your sauces.  The portions are hefty so you will definitely get your monies worth and potentially have a to-go box for later.

Bhojanic has live music on Fridays out on the patio and a Sunday Brunch from 12-4 pm with $6 mimosas.  

This place is a definite Ethnic Cuisine favortie....6 1/2 diamonds!

Bhojanic restaurant, ANIC Catering, and Bhojan market make up the Anic family.

Bhojanic restaurant continues to impress the loyal customers and the critics with its award winning cuisine. Bhojanic has won many awards including Best Indian Restaurant  2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 (Creative Loafing), 2012 (InSite Magazine), 2011, 2010, 2009, 2007, 2006 (The Sunday Paper),  and 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 (Citysearch), Top 10 New Restaurant 2005 (Citysearch), Best 50 Restaurants in Atlanta (Creative Loafing) and Best 20 Meals Under $20.00 (Atlanta Magazine). Their involvement with the community also continues to grow as Bhojanic participates in charitable events, local festivities, and several television and radio shows around the Atlanta area.

ANIC Catering has grown into one of Atlanta’s most premier catering companies. They provide food for many corporate events, private gatherings, and famous performers from around the world.

Bhojan Market is combination of the requests of our customers combined with the Indian tradition and culture inspired foods that have been our inspiration for Bhojanic over the years.  We will have periodic cooking demos, tasting of homemade pickles and chutneys, and a custom chai bar! We are also offering a Tiffin service, one of the first in the southeast.

Source: www.bhojanic.com

 

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