The chain has presence in seven states.
Dharani, an Indian restaurant chain in the United States, has opened two new outlets in New Jersey and Virginia, expanding its presence to seven states across the nation.
Dharani opened its latest dine-in and takeout restaurant on Oak Tree Road in Edison, New Jersey on March 24, it said in a press release. Two more are scheduled to open in the coming days in Dayton and Spotswood, respectively.
Dharani opened its Virginia location in Herndon last month.
“My team is very excited for this opportunity to bring our time-tested recipes to New Jersey and Virginia,” said Bhasker Rednam, CEO of Westborough, MA-based Dharani. “We have successful operations in many locations in the northeast and with expected success in New Jersey and Virginia, we will expand our operations to other areas.”
He added that the restaurant is “customer-focused” and “will remain customer-focused.”
“We take on the challenge to cater to our customers’ needs with pride, to provide cuisine from any part of India,” he said.
The press release said Dharani is one of the very few restaurants in the United States to have its own food research facility in Massachusetts, which has internationally acclaimed chefs creating dishes that are served across all Dharani chains.
The restaurant partnered with local investors in New Jersey to open the locations in the state.
Rednam said that the goal of Dharani is to provide high-quality Indian cuisine that is consistent every time, clean, flavorful and at a reasonable cost.
According to the release, customers visiting the new branches of Dharani will receive a discount for the first four weeks.
The other states where Dharani, which is headquartered in Westborough, MA, has operations in are Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina and Texas. Dharani restaurants offer both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food with a variety of dishes.