A Look Inside: Chaatable

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Maneet Chauhan’s latest restaurant, Chaatable, officially opened in the Sylvan Heights neighborhood on Friday, November 30, 2018. The Indian street food destination is the fourth concept from chef Chauhan and Morph Hospitality CEO Vivek Deora. Chaatable focuses on authentic Indian dishes centered around chaat, a flavorful category of Indian street food. Nashville Guru got a look inside the lively space.


The Interior

Chaatable’s 4,000-square-foot interior is filled with vibrant colors, from multicolored barstools to umbrella fixtures to a vintage bangle wall. Old Bollywood posters, figurines, and photos let guests get a glimpse of Indian culture as they dine. There’s also a central chaat bar where people can watch chefs prep small plates and chaat dishes.


The Exterior

Chaatable is located at 345 40th Avenue, previously occupied by Salt & Vine. Free parking is available behind the building. The main entrance is located on the side (not the doors facing Charlotte Avenue).


The Menu

Chaatable’s menu focuses on sharable plates. There are several sections to the menu, including bites, cold and hot appetizers, and larger dishes. Vegetarians will especially appreciate a lengthy list of options. The beverage program features cocktails like Let’s Par-Tea! (blue tea, botanical gin, coriander) and Pani ‘Rita (Indian margarita with tamarind and chaat masala). There are also six beers on draft, including Chauhan’s Mantra beers. See the menus.


The Details

For a quick and tasty bite of Indian cuisine, stop by Chaatable.