Anika’s Kati Roll Grill – Doomed?
Anika’s Kati Roll Indian doomed in Hoboken – or just renovating?
A bunch of Hoboken411 readers were wondering this evening what the deal with Anika’s Kati Roll (618 Washington St.) was.
They had respectable reviews in the past…
Reader Jeff said: “It looks like Kati Roll on Wash & 6th is doomed–paper on the windows, etc. Shame, I liked that place, but I must have been the only one. It was usually empty. Good fast Indian takeout. The kati rolls themselves were something you don’t see anywhere else in Hoboken and they did a great job with the more standard Indian fare. Plus they always had Bollywood dance clips playing on the TV. Here’s hoping it’s not another falafel place coming next.”
Still haven’t received a response to emails sent this afternoon to the owners of Kati Roll… So is it “another one bites the dust” here in Hoboken?
Anika’s Kati Roll Grill opening on 2/20/2010
All you Indian Food fans rejoice! Anika’s Kati Roll Grill at 618 Washington Street is opening up on Saturday, February 20th!
Previously thought to just be “take out,” we now learn that they have seating from 24 diners inside as well! And in case you don’t know what a “Kati Roll” is: “Kati rolls are Indian flat breads or parathas with marinated spiced fillings with a green coriander condiment spread, tamarind sauce, onions & other accompaniments.”
Welcome to Hoboken!
Yum… Indian Takeout at Anika’s Kati Roll Grill!
Updating this thread from a few weeks ago, Anika’s Kati Roll Grill(618 Washington Street) already has their signage up, and a help wanted sign in the window.
“Coming Soon to Hoboken, NJ. An Indian Quick Serve Grill with authentic and signature dishes in a warm and welcoming environment. We have Openings for Cooking & Prep staff, Supervisors and Cashiers. Please click on the Employment Opportunities link to submit an application. Thank you. “
Pray for something decent, please!
Over at the doomed Wireless Solutions location at 618 Washington Street, a new “take out” restaurant is apparently planned. According to the construction permit on the window, at least – a “no seating” eatery will be arriving soon enough.
Any ideas of what this place might be? Something different, good, unique perhaps?