Thursday, March 21, 2013

Chutney's Indian Diner & Bar has opened in Lawrence

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Chutneys is now open in Lawrence.
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The world just keeps getting richer for Indian food lovers on Massachusetts Street in Lawrence. Chutney's Indian Diner & Bar, a fast casual Indian restaurant, opened last month at 918 Massachusetts. Sandwiched between two existing Indian restaurants - Curry in a Hurry (1111 Massachusetts) and Cosmos Indian Store (734 Massachusetts) - Chutney's is hoping to differentiate itself by offering diners the chance to watch their meal assembled at the counter (a la Chipotle) to then be eaten in the dining room or taken to-go.

Individual meals come with a side of rice and naan while family-style portions are bigger with a la carte sides (basmati rice, white or whole wheat naan, garlic naan). In addition to the standard fare (biryani, masala and vindaloo), Chutney's has Tandoori chicken bites that can be enjoyed as an appetizer.

The restaurant's namesake comes into play with every order. Diners can pick two of five house chutneys: mango, cilantro, tamarind, yogurt and killa (a spicy tomato). The restaurant also serves mango juice and mango lassi. Chutney's is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Wednesday and from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday through Saturday. The phone number is 785-856-6060.

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