Located at Phoenix Mall of Asia, Bengaluru, the new Karigari outlet is the brand’s eighth restaurant in India
Bengaluru: Celebrity chef Harpal Singh Sokhi’s North Indian fine-dining restaurant chain Karigari enters South India with the launch of its latest outlet in Bengaluru, an industry official wrote on social media. The new outlet is located at Phoenix Mall of Asia, Yelahanka, Bengaluru, Karnataka.
This is Karigari’s eighth restaurant in India.
“Master chef Harpal Singh Sokhi brought its first restaurant in Southern India. Karigari is now launched at Mall of Asia, Bengaluru,” said Ketan Kulkarni, general manager – leasing, at The Phoenix Mills Ltd. in a LinkedIn post while sharing images of the outlet.
Chef-led restaurant Karigari was founded by Yogesh Sharma with chef Harpal Singh Sokhi as its face. Its outlets blend traditional Indian flavours with a contemporary touch.
Currently, Karigari is present across cities such as Delhi, Dehradun, Faridabad, Gurgaon and Noida.
Karigari is owned by Flying Dutchman Restaurants LLP, the same entity behind the jungle and aqua-themed restaurant ‘Jungle Jamboree’ and the seafood restaurant ‘The Flying Dutchman’.