According to a liquor license transfer notice, the Indian restaurant Bhoga at 468 Castro Street is shutting down. Taking its place is Indian-American fusion eatery Castro Restaurant & Brewhouse.
The upcoming business’ co-owner, Ajay Raj Khadka, tells What Now San Francisco that the menu will offer a fusion of Indian and American cuisine — ranging from classic dishes like biryani, dosa, and Indian dumplings, to fusion plates like tikka masala pizza and pasta served with an Indian curry sauce. He also mentions sandwiches made with fresh sourdough bread and a rotating house brew on tap.
In addition to Castro Restaurant & Brewhouse, Khadka is the owner of Ohm Indian Cuisine, Sugdanh Indian Restaurant, and a West Coast Sourdough franchise location. He shares that his upcoming concept on Castro will provide him with the opportunity to showcase all he’s learned working in the restaurant industry.
The eatery plans to operate between 11 am and 10 pm from Monday to Thursday, and until 11 pm on Saturday and Sunday. An opening date has not yet been announced.