NewsArts & Culture / July 12, 2019

Business School Grad Turns Senior Project Into Successful Ethnic Restaurant

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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.

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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.

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