Shalimar Fine Indian Cuisine in Green Hills to close at end of May

Shalimar Fine Indian Cuisine has been in the Green Hills area for 30 years, according to the owner. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Shalimar Fine Indian Cuisine has been in the Green Hills area for 30 years, according to the owner. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Shalimar Fine Indian Cuisine has been in the Green Hills area for 30 years, according to the owner. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

After three decades in Green Hills, Shalimar Fine Indian Cuisine will permanently close May 26 at 3711 Hillsboro Pike, Nashville, according to a social media post from the restaurant. The owner cited the economic impact from COVID-19 as well as an intersection alignment project planned in the area of the restaurant as reasons for closing.

"Our small family restaurant has been around for 30 years in Green Hills [and] has seen Nashville grow through many ups and downs," the post said. "We've recently been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, and there is also a need to expand the intersection next to which we are located. Due to these pressures, we have made the decision to close our doors at the end of this month."


According to the post, the owner hopes to reopen Shalimar at a new location. The restaurant is now open for carryout, delivery and dine-in on the patio.

"While we hope to possibly open up again somewhere nearby, our main focus now is to sell what we can to blunt the financial blow to the restaurant and families relying on it have sustained," the post said.

615-269-857. www.shalimarnashville.com


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