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New Raja Rani is now Namaste Flavours

A venerable Indian eatery changes hands

by Sabine Bickford

From the June, 2018 issue

The former Raja Rani on Division (more recently called New Raja Rani) changed hands again in March. After several name changes (and two ownership ones) in the last five years, the Indian restaurant in a white Second Empire house is now going by Namaste Flavours. Its new owners are a group who run two other Namaste Flavours locations: one in Farmington and one in Canton. The buffet remains, and the menu still has all the classics: samosas, tikka, tandoori, and lassis.    (end of article)

[Originally published in June, 2018.]

 



 
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