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Indian Restaurant Tabla Brings Duck Confit Samosas and Butter Chicken to Buckhead

Restaurateur Sandeep Kothary opens a second location of his Midtown Indian restaurant next fall

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Beth McKibben is the editor and staff reporter for Eater Atlanta and has been covering food and cocktails locally and regionally for 12 years.

Restaurateur Sandeep Kothary plans to open a Buckhead location of his Midtown-based Indian restaurant Tabla next fall. This new restaurant resides at the Modera Buckhead apartment complex at the corner of Peachtree Street and Pharr Road near seafood restaurant Atlanta Fish Market, according to the press release.

Kothary says not to expect much to change in terms of Tabla’s menu, which includes dishes like duck confit samosas, a variety of curries and thalis, and butter chicken. However, the new space should “look and feel” considerably different from that of the Midtown location. It’s inspired by Kothary’s hometown of Jodhpur in northwestern India in the state of Rajasthan.

Tabla-Buckhead seats around 85 people between its dining room, private dining room, and patio.

The news comes on the heels of the conversion of Kothary’s three-year-old Inman Park Indian restaurant, Amara, into a tavern called the Daily last month and the expansion of Tabla in Midtown earlier this fall.

Tabla first opened in 2013 at the 12th and Midtown development along 12th Street. The restaurant serves both lunch and dinner.

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