INDIANAPOLIS — The International Marketplace Coalition has added yet another restaurant to its thriving community of diverse cuisine on the northwest side of Indianapolis.
The opening of "Karachi Kabab & Grill" marks 110 restaurants for the lineup of International Marketplace dining spots.
Karachi, locally owned and operated by the owner of India Palace and two Amber Indian Restaurants, Lakhvir Johal, serves authentic Pakistani dishes and is Hala certified.
Guests can find cuisines like Peshwari mutton, kofta kabab, tandoori chicken kabab, dum ka keema, sheer khurma, and more.
Indy's International Marketplace has been serving as a nonprofit organization comprised of businesses, concerned citizens, and community leaders since 2005.
IMC recently announced a significant addition to its community with the purchase of a former Value City Furniture on the northwest side of the city. The 56,000 square foot area will soon serve as the Marketplace's "Global Village."
IMC's Global Village will serve as a place much like what they already have, accept in closer quarters, "a place where all cultures and welcomed, experienced and celebrated."
More than 80 languages are spoken, and 800 ethnic restaurants and businesses from around the globe reside in just that 2.5-mile area that formally sat Lafayette Square.
Karachi Kabab & Grill
4150 Lafayette Road, Suite H
Normal hours of operation are 11:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. daily.