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Yes, Maneet Chauhan is Bringing Indian Street Food to Sylvan Heights

With recipes inspired by her childhood

Maneet Chauhan

A recent press release confirmed that Maneet Chauhan, alongside husband Vivek Deora and Morph Hospitality Group, will indeed open a new restaurant in Sylvan Heights. In August, Eater shared rumors that Chauhan was eyeing the former Salt & Vine space at 4001 Charlotte Ave in the Hill Center, and the release says that a new restaurant called Chaatable will fill the space later this year.

Details as far as the menu goes are sparse, but Chauhan herself will lead the kitchen team as executive chef. The focus will be on dishes inspired by Indian street food and the memories Vivek and Maneet share from their childhoods in India.

Chaatable is Morph Hospitality’s fourth restaurant in Nashville, but the first on the West side of town. Chauhan’s trio of concepts in the Gulch — eponymous Chauhan Ale & Masala House, Tansuo, and The Mockingbird — already run the gamut from Indian with Southern flair to regional Chinese to dressed-up diner fare.

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