Newtown, PA – Guru’s Indian Cuisine, the beloved Bucks County Indian restaurant owned by Chef Ashni Kumar Guru and his wife Priya, is rolling out an inventive autumnal-inspired menu on Friday, September 22 in celebration of the autumn equinox. Proceeds from the seasonal menu will benefit Happy Tails Rescue Retirement Home in Morrisville, PA.
The new menu features fall flavors – cinnamon, ginger, pumpkin, and squash – all cherished in India. Guests will be treated to butternut squash soup, pumpkin curry, and an Indian version of a Sloppy Joe (also available as a vegan option), called “Sloppy Baba.” The dessert is a classic cannoli with a thick, creamy, strained yogurt flavored with saffron. The menu will be available through Thanksgiving and is offered both a-la-carte or as a 3-course prix fixe (one appetizer, entrée, and dessert) for $26.
“Baba” (Chef Guru) and I created a menu that’s a nod to the traditional American fall flavor notes, but with an Indian twist," said Priya. "We’re also very excited to introduce our version of the classic cannoli."
Established in 2015, Guru’s Indian Cuisine is recognized for innovative interpretations of traditional Indian cuisine from diverse Indian states.
"We feel blessed to share the proceeds from this new seasonal menu with Happy Tails Rescue Retirement Home," said Priya. "Providing senior pets with the ability to live out their lives with dignity and phenomenal care that utilizes traditional and alternative therapy provides us immense joy."
Guru's Indian Cuisine is at 203 North Sycamore Street in Newtown, PA; for more information about Guru's Indian Cuisine or to make reservations, visit www.guruscuisinepa.com or call 215-860-7000.