The fresh Indian food restaurant, Cardamom, has appetizers named after owner Binod Dhakal’s children. And as they have grown older, Dhakal’s business has also grown in size. When the neighboring Biggby Coffee shop closed, Cardamom jumped on the opportunity, expanding it’s size by 1,105 square feet.
Since 2013, Cardamom’s food has been met by long lines of hungry patrons. The expansion will create more space to serve food, giving more comfort to customers and employees.
“The expansion area design will allow folks to grab a drink while they wait for a table or carry out order comfortably.” Dhakal said. “Bar seating will be an option. It will also make the dining room more comfortable for seated guests because there won’t be all the in and out traffic. And perhaps most importantly will be what you won’t see: an expanded kitchen so we can produce more food.”
Cardamom’s expansion isn’t expected to cause the restaurant to close. They plan to be fully operational in the expanded space by summer.
Lunch served 11am-3pm, Tuesday-Sunday. Dinner served 5pm-10pm,Tuesday – Thursday and Sunday.
5pm-10:30pm, Friday and Saturday. 1739 Plymouth Rd. 734-662-2877. facebook.com/cardamoma2