Goshen's Indian restaurant getting ready

June 04, 2014

Goshen residents are asking how soon the new Indian restaurant will open in the Maple City.

Maple Indian Cuisine preparing to open
Construction is underway at Maple Indian Cuisine, Goshen. Marshall V. King/Flavor574

Maple Indian Cuisine owner Bobby Singh said that construction is underway at 127 S. Main St., Goshen.

The awning now reflects the name and work is underway inside.

Singh said that the restaurant could open — drum roll, please — in the next few weeks, during the month of June. 

It’ll have a buffet at lunch and a menu for lunch and dinner seven days a week.

If you’re heading downtown tonight, you can get Cuban sandwiches as the oval plate special at Constant Spring, 219 S. Main St, according to the establishment’s Facebook page.

Until the Indian place opens, diners are also trying the new Sawadee Thai Restaurant, 1301 Lincolnway East, Goshen. The early reviews I’ve heard from diners who have tried it are that the flavors are good, though a bit sweet, but that it’s a pretty good start for the new restaurant.


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