A restaurant that fuses flavors from a different continent is coming soon to Reston Town Center.
Indochen, a restaurant based in Alexandria City, is planning to open its third location at 1800 President Street this coming spring, a company representative told FFXnow.
Run by chef Ram Thapa, the restaurant currently operates two locations in Alexandria’s Cameron Station and Old Town.
A native of Nepal, Thapa discovered a passion for cooking while helping his grandmother in her kitchen, where he became particularly enamored by Indian and Chinese cuisine, per Indochen’s website. Before starting Indochen, he served as executive chef at McLean’s Masala Indian Cuisine and opened Urban Tandoor, an Indian and Nepali restaurant in Ballston.
Indochen’s menu features traditional Indian dishes like butter chicken and biryani, along with chow mein, vegetable manchurian and chop suey.
All dishes are accompanied by a sharing spoon in an effort to encourage “sharing and a communal atmosphere,” according to the restaurant’s website.
It’s unclear whether the Reston location will be exactly the same as the Alexandria ones. A permit application for the restaurant’s construction was submitted to Fairfax County earlier this month under the name “The Himalayan Restaurant by Indochen.”
Indochen declined to comment on the branding, stating it doesn’t have any more information to share at the moment.
Good Wednesday evening, Fairfax County. Let’s take a look back at today’s stories and a look forward to tomorrow’s event calendar. 🕗 News recap The following articles were published earlier…
Nearly two years after updating its vision for the future of McLean Central Park, the Fairfax County Park Authority is ready to start work on some of the planned upgrades….
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Restonians now have a chance to own a piece of their community’s history. Reston Museum, which is located at Lake Anne Plaza, will hold a raffle over the next month…
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Participate in the 32nd Annual Van Metre 5K Run, a race that goes further than 3.1 miles, and every stride you take supports Children’s National Hospital. The Van Metre 5K Run donates 100% of proceeds to Children’s National Hospital and