The 35-seat Indian “Kati Roll” and Thali restaurant features a roti-making station in the window, and a chandelier made of 20 vintage bronze read more…
The 35-seat Indian “Kati Roll” and Thali restaurant features a roti-making station in the window, and a chandelier made of 20 vintage bronze temple bells sourced from India by owner Anamika Khanna’s mother. Strong colors anchor the festive design, as well as graphics and branding by Aimee Kilmer of Vertebrae Design.
CLIENT: Kasa Indian
CONTRACTOR: Trim Fit Construction
GRAPHIC DESIGNER: Vertebrae
PHOTOGRAPHER: Suresh Khanna
PHOTOGRAPHER: Eurydice Galka
This week's Remarkably Swift Navigation of SF Permit Hell award goes to the duo of Anamika Khanna and Tim Volkema, who are opening the doors of their second Kasa Indian Eatery on Polk Street just three months after the previous tenant, Fourth Wave Coffee, closed its doors
The eye-catching design feature of the bright and airy corner space is a “chandelier” made of 20 antique bronze bells that Khanna’s mother salvaged from markets in India.