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Indian restaurant sets seasonal menu; proceeds to benefit senior dog rescue


Guru’s Indian Cuisine, located at 203 N. Sycamore Street in Newtown, is rolling out an inventive autumnal-inspired menu on Friday, Sept. 22, in celebration of the autumn equinox.

Proceeds from the seasonal menu will benefit Happy Tails Rescue Retirement Home in Morrisville. The new menu at the Bucks County Indian restaurant owned by Chef Ashni Kumar Guru and his wife, Priya, features the flavors of fall – cinnamon, ginger, pumpkin, and squash – which are all cherished in India.

“‘Baba’ (chef Guru) and I created a menu that’s a nod to the traditional American fall flavor notes, but with an Indian twist,” explained Priya. “Guests will be treated to butternut squash soup and pumpkin curry, and even an Indian version of a Sloppy Joe (also available as a vegan option), which we call the ‘Sloppy Baba.’ We’re also very excited to introduce our version of the classic cannoli, which utilizes a thick, creamy, strained yogurt flavored with saffron.”

The menu, which will be available through Thanksgiving, is offered both a-la-carte or as a three-course prix fixe (one appetizer, entrée and dessert) for $26.

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Happy Tails Rescue Retirement Home gives senior dogs without a home the chance to live out their golden years in comfort. For information, visit