Restaurant and grocery store Tindahan ni Kuya now serving Filipino cuisine in Keller

Tables, a counter, and product shelves at Tindahan ni Kuya
The business held a grand opening and ribbon cutting Aug. 3. (Courtesy Tindahan ni Kuya)

The business held a grand opening and ribbon cutting Aug. 3. (Courtesy Tindahan ni Kuya)

Filipino restaurant and grocery store Tindahan ni Kuya held a grand opening and ribbon cutting Aug. 3 at 801 S. Main St., St. 101, Keller. The restaurant serves authentic dishes, including desserts such as shaved ice halo-halo. The grocery store offers canned goods and packaged snacks, as well as other Filipino groceries and products. 682-593-5568. www.tindahannikuya.store
By Kira Lovell
Kira Lovell is a reporter covering Grapevine-Colleyville-Southlake and Keller-Roanoke-North Fort Worth. Before joining Community Impact, she majored in journalism at the University of Missouri and covered education and local arts for the Columbia Missourian and Vox Magazine.


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