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Build-Your-Own Indian Bowls Arrive Soon at Town Square

Indian grub and street food staples are on the way

A tabled filed with curries, breads, rice dishes and samosas from the Tikka Shack menu, on its way to Town Square.
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The very active dining scene at Town Square continues to grow, with recent new debuts from Master Kim’s Korean BBQ and Farmtable Kitchen & Spirits. While future arrivals Bok Bok Chicken, Chop Stop, Mora Artisanal Ice Cream, and Pho Kim Long are still on the way, and now comes word of a new destination for the curry connoisseur in a hurry.

Created by the same operators of Texas-based franchise Masala Wok, Tikka Shack’s self-described “Indian grub” restaurants lets diners customize masala, tikka, and curry dishes at the retail center’s dining annex, The Landing.

Located a short walk from a Cafe Rio Mexican Grill and The Broken Yolk Café, Tikka Shack’s counter-service menu will move into a corner space next door to Master Kim’s.

The coming soon restaurant features appetizer choices such as samosas, tikka pizza, kofta tots, and fries loaded with tikka masala.

Diners can also order biryani dishes, vegetarian bowls, wraps and kabob bowls, or opt for the build-it-yourself approach, choosing from chicken, vegetables, paneer, shrimp, and lamb for the base proteins, and then adding butter masala, goan vindaloo, and curries infused with coconut, or spices.

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Cafe Rio Mexican Grill

4830 Blue Diamond Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89139 (702) 968-1300 Visit Website

Bok Bok Chicken

7501 West Lake Mead Boulevard, , NV 89128 (702) 761-9207 Visit Website

Master Kim’s Korean BBQ

7036 South Durango Drive, , NV 89113 (702) 823-3111 Visit Website

Town Square

6605 Las Vegas Blvd S, Las Vegas, NV 89119 (702) 269-5000 Visit Website

Farmtable Kitchen & Spirits

6587 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89119 (702) 983-2900 Visit Website

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