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Mayuri Foods to open second Redmond location in downtown @ RTC

The four partner-owners of the Mayuri family of businesses, a longtime leader in specialty foods in the Seattle area, will soon be opening a 9000+ sq ft Mayuri Foods store in the heart of downtown Redmond, WA at the popular Redmond Town Center (RTC) mall. The newest Mayuri Foods joins their other thriving food store locations in Redmond – Overlake and in Bothell at Thrasher’s Corners. The RTC location is conveniently situated on the east end of the mall near Bed, Bath & Beyond, just off of the main city center’s east/west artery, Redmond Way and a few blocks from SR 520. RTC offers 110 shops, restaurants, lodging, office space and entertainment venues in an open-air environment in the heart of the eastside’s tech metropolis. Parking is free, amply and convenient

            “With the main Microsoft campus almost adjacent and approximately 50K employees living and working in the immediate area we think our newest Mayuri Foods location is well placed at RTC, explains Dan Deva, who for many years ran a large Mayuri restaurant at The Commons on the Microsoft campus. We are a purveyor of Indian food of course; this is where are roots are. However, we also carry a wide variety of international products from other countries and cuisines. Our offerings are appealing to customers from different realms and to individuals who cook and eat across cultural lines. Our customers are Indian and non-Indian alike at our other stores. We invite those who know our brand to try the new RTC location and we wholeheartedly invite those who have yet to discover the delights of Mayuri Foods to give us a visit after our opening at the beginning of March.”    

            The new Mayuri Foods is modeled after the currently open company locations featuring a multitude of fresh organic produce, grocery items, spices, dairy, bulk foods, such as dried lentils & legumes, frozen foods, many different types of rice, pulses and seasonal items depending on the time of year. There will be a halal butcher on site, as well as a scratch bakery, Chaat (savory & sweet Indian snacks), grab & go and meals for takeout or delivery. Limited indoor seating will be available when it is deemed safe by the state.