NewsArts & Culture / July 12, 2019

Business School Grad Turns Senior Project Into Successful Ethnic Restaurant

Business School Grad Turns Senior Project Into Successful Ethnic RestaurantAn Indianapolis business school graduate turned his senior project into a successful ethnic restaurant. WFYIs Jill Ditmire talks with Heeman Garg, owner and founder of Tandoor and Tikka.Restaurant, Curious Mix2019-07-12T00:00:00-04:00
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Business School Grad Turns Senior Project Into Successful Ethnic Restaurant

Heeman Garg, owner and founder of Tandoor and Tikka, converted rickshaws into seating for diners.

Jill Ditmire/WFYI

An Indianapolis business school graduate turned his senior project into a successful ethnic restaurant.   WFYI’s Jill Ditmire talks with Heeman Garg, owner and founder of Tandoor and Tikka.

This story is from WFYI's weekly arts and culture radio show Curious Mix. Listen live Thursday nights at 8, Sunday afternoons at 3, or on the podcast anytime.

 

 

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