Sankranti Indian Kitchen owner Srinivasa Nimmagadda is opening his second location next week at 1569 N. Decatur Road near Emory University in DeKalb County, Georgia, where it will serve customizable curry bowls, kathi rolls, pulao as well as traditional Indian appetizers.
“There are so many nice neighborhoods surrounding our new Emory Village restaurant, and the proximity to Emory University and Emory Healthcare makes this a really appealing location for us,” Nimmagadda said in a company press release. “We’re excited to bring our wholesome, flavorful dishes to new guests in this community.”
Sankranti (pronounced sum-kraanthi), translates to “positive change” in Sanskrit and reflects the healthy menu items available to guests. The first location of Sankranti Indian Kitchen opened in Dunwoody in 2022.
“Our food exhibits the diversity of aromatic spices from both southern and northern India and also is highly nutritious,” he said in the release. “We aim to offer authentic Indian food that is much more health conscious than at traditional fast casual establishments.”