Choolaah Indian BBQ Lands In Fairfax Today
December 29, 2016 - bbq set
Fairfax’s Mosaic District only got a new racial food choice in Choolaah Indian BBQ.
It’s a second plcae for a brand, that debuted in Cleveland in 2014.
Choolaah modernizes a 5,000-year-old Indian cooking tradition called “tandoori,” in that food is prepped in front of eaters’ eyes. The centerpiece of a 4,000-square-foot griddle is a set of custom-built tandoor clay ovens that griddle food during 700 degrees to close in flavors.
Dishes, that confederate alien Indian spices, embody duck tikka masala, black lentil daal, lamb meatball wraps, samosa chaat, salads with choice of proteins like grilled salmon, naan breads, and kulfi ice cream.
Customers can go a gluten giveaway track with lots of orders, and vegetarian options embody a cheesy paneer tikka masala and tofu BBQ bowls. Beer and wine, Choolaah Chai, and Mango Lassi are also on tap.
The subsequent Choolaah will be located in Sterling, set to open in a few months in a Cascades Overlook project.
Status: Certified open currently during 11 a.m.; Mosaic District, 2911 Mosaic District, Suite 100, Fairfax, Va.; website.