INDIAN SOUL FOOD

 

Bhuna is an upscale, fast casual restaurant, unique in its offering of carefully thought-out and concise menu of Indian inspired food.

Our set offerings will adapt to what's available seasonally as we are dedicated to utilizing Pacific Northwest ingredients.

The beer, wine and draft cocktail programs will focus on collaborating with local brewers making specialty beers, and winemakers to offer wines that best complement the food.

 

Hours

Tuesday - Thursday: 11am - 9pm Friday - Saturday: 11am - 10pm
Sunday: 11am - 9pm

Happy Hour: 11am - 6pm Daily

CONTACT

(971) 865-2176
hello@bhunarestaurant.com

 
 

IN-STORE PICK UP

Please call us at (971) 865-2176 to place your orders for pick up. 

ONLINE ORDERING

 
 

EVENTS

Book private parties in our space.
We can accommodate 7 - 20 people
Contact: Hello@bhunarestaurant.com

 

BHUNA TEAM

 
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DEEPAK KAUL

Deepak Kaul and his parents immigrated to the United States in 1980 from Kashmir, India. He grew up in New Jersey and attended Boston University as a Biology major. Following graduation, he found his true calling in the culinary field, leaving behind his pre-med degree. Bucking cultural expectations, he started his culinary career in Cambridge, Massachusetts. From there, he worked in San Francisco, New York City and London at restaurants Jardiniere and Union Pacific. After more than 20 years of dedication and mastering the complexities of the hospitality industry, he has decided to pursue his dream and follow his cultural roots. This dream is to reimagine and share the cuisine of his heritage in his next culinary adventure, Bhuna Restaurant.


 
 
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ERIC BIGGER

Eric Bigger began his journey in the hospitality industry as a teenager on Whidbey Island, working as a dishwasher and busser for a neighbor’s catering business. After attending Loyola University, New Orleans Jazz Studies program, he found himself working at a handful of the area’s popular restaurants while supporting his semi-professional music career. He became increasingly drawn to the food and beverage/hospitality world and it became his career and passion for the last 17 years. When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, he moved to Oregon, his new home.