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Tava Indian Kitchen to Scale Back Its Indian Menu for a Broader Appeal

Tava Indian Kitchen's restaurant at the Valley Fair Mall in San Jose, Calif. (Courtesy of Business Wire)
Tava Indian Kitchen's restaurant at the Valley Fair Mall in San Jose, Calif. (Courtesy of Business Wire)

When Tava Indian Kitchen in Palo Alto, Calif. opens its doors on Feb. 17, guests at the VIP grand re-opening will see a lot less...




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