The inauguration of Radhika’s Kitchen, located at 825 W. Higgins Road in Schaumburg, Illinois was held on Thursday, Feb. 1 at 10.30 a.m.
The inauguration started with the ribbon cutting ceremony followed by lunch for guests from the political, medical, educational, sports and business fields.
These included Mayor Al Larson, Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi, Matt Frank of AICP, Mallka Kapoor of IT Connect US, Kent Welch of Higher Ground and Rohit Shah of Pietch.
The restaurant, decorated like a traditional Indian environment, is able to seat 72 people and will serve guest with an enticing Indian Cuisine that represent the various parts of India.
“Small businesses are the life and blood of this country and the majority of the jobs are created by these small business owners,” said Krishnamoorthi adding that “small business creates wealth and prosperity in the country. Today we are here to celebrate Radhika’s accomplishments and Schaumburg welcomes any business owner to the city.”
Krishnamoorthi also congratulated Radhika’s team and said that he would like to see them succeed and grow by adding more employees to the team.
Larson congratulated the hotel owners and encouraged them to do more business in the city.
“With the vogue nature of Radhika’s Kitchen and the eclectic demographics and palettes of Schaumburg in mind, the Radhika’s family set up shop on Schaumburg’s Restaurant Row, understanding that Schaumburg’s tourists and local food enthusiasts want high-level, white-glove food that is still affordable, urban and hits the spot. The traditional, but classic menu, crafted by Radhika’s Kitchen’s chefs, serves exactly what customers are looking for – an innovative comfort food. Our menu features freshly prepared authentic regional cuisine, made with carefully chosen and high quality ingredients. It incorporates delicious from Hyderabad (India), Andhra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Kerala & North Indian Cuisines,” the team at Radhika’s Kitchen stated in a press release.
“Radhika’s Kitchen aims to provide its patrons with an enticing collection of traditional and contemporary dishes that represent various parts of India. Our menu features freshly prepared authentic regional cuisine made with carefully chosen and high quality, homestyle ingredients. They are even 100 percent Zabiha Halal. The right mix of flavor and spices that are carefully crafted by our chefs will not only be a treat for your taste, but also fill your heart with the warm fuzzy memory of a lip-smacking meal you had in India,” the press release further stated.
Specialties include Eggplant Coconut Fry, Tawa Fish Fry, Chettinad Chicken Curry, Mutton Chukka Varuval, Kothu Parota (Veg/Egg/Chicken/Mutton) and Talapakattu Biryani (Chicken/Mutton), Vijayawada Special Biryani & Hyderabad Chicken Dum Biryani, Appam, Idiyappam, Bisi Bele Bath, Andhra Chicken Curry as well as meals served on Banana :Leaves (Traditional Indian Style), various types of Fried Rice, Biryani and Dosa.
Every Thursday night, Radhika’s Kitchen will host an Unlimited LIVE Dosa Night and an Unlimited Biryani Night every Friday.
Radhika’s Kitchen will also provide sweets for every Indian occasion and festival.