Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Choolaah to Bring Indian Barbecue to Pittsburgh

Newspaper article Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA)

Choolaah to Bring Indian Barbecue to Pittsburgh

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Choolaah, an Indian barbecue restaurant, will open on Centre Avenue in East Liberty in the fall just around the time when kids are heading back to school.

With the motto, "4,000 years old and still fresh," Choolaah seeks to serve authentic Indian fare in a fast yet casual environment. The open kitchen, which will have four tandoor ovens, will allow diners to see how meats and breads are prepared.

Choolaah comes from the word sanjha chulha, which in Punjabi translates to common oven and is a place where families gather in villages to make bread and share stories. The restaurant chain, which has two locations in Virginia and one in Cleveland, is taking the timeless Indian tradition and modernizing it to offer a comfortable dining experience.

The foods are made with hormone- and GMO-free ingredients. …

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