The Meeting Place — a food hall backed by Ikea’s sister company, Ingka, coming to Downtown San Francisco — looks to have decided on its debut tenants.
“Within the last week, five local restaurant operators have filed business registrations at 945 Market Street,” The San Francisco Business Times reports — one of which is the Bay Area’s own Curry Up Now.
For readers unfamiliar with Curry Up Now, the concept was established as a food truck in 2009 by husband-and-wife team Akash and Rana Kapoor and has since expanded to over 20 brick-and-mortar locations, three food trucks, and several digital kitchen outposts nationwide.
“Known for its creative spin on traditional Indian cuisine,” the menu ranges from fried cheese ravioli served alongside tikka masala dip, to butter masala-filled burritos and curry bowls.
In addition to Curry Up Now, the two-level, 23,000-square-foot food hall plans to feature Casa Borinqueña, La Venganza, Momo Noodle, and The Sarap Shop — as well as three bars with local craft beer and wine.