Kishan Shah served hot plate entrees — like chicken vindaloo, and eggplants and peanuts — and frozen pints of his British-Indian cuisine at the Bluffton Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Shah and his wife, Joanne, plan to open a new restaurant, Vindaloo Junction, in Beaufort by the end of July.
Kishan Shah served hot plate entrees — like chicken vindaloo, and eggplants and peanuts — and frozen pints of his British-Indian cuisine at the Bluffton Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Shah and his wife, Joanne, plan to open a new restaurant, Vindaloo Junction, in Beaufort by the end of July. Madison Hogan mhogan@islandpacket.com
Kishan Shah served hot plate entrees — like chicken vindaloo, and eggplants and peanuts — and frozen pints of his British-Indian cuisine at the Bluffton Farmer’s Market on Thursday. Shah and his wife, Joanne, plan to open a new restaurant, Vindaloo Junction, in Beaufort by the end of July. Madison Hogan mhogan@islandpacket.com

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