Ultimate Dining Experience With Unique Indian Fusion Twist
– The Best Place To Be –
“In a unique, modern, well-preserved, and comfortable home-like space, rich flavors, authentic and fusion mixed cuisines done perfectly.”
Urban Village Grill in Lone Tree is open for business in 2021 and we set out to create a place where Indian food and fine dining are synonymous and, most important, where guests are treated like kin. We want everyone to come into experience a warm and aromatic welcome and have a wonderful happy time dining with the best Indian fusion food with a traditional touch.
The compelling menu and sophisticated experience would be enough to delight most diners, but we also want you to feel like family—and families cook together. So Urban Village Grill recently debuted an airy patio laden with seven tabletop grills, offering guests the chance to sear their chicken, beef, seafood, or paneer slathered with traditional Indian seasonings such as malai, a decadent, cream-based sauce; hariyali, a mint and cilantro paste; and achari, a tangy pickling spice blend. Just like at a backyard barbecue, everyone is greeted with an inside joke, a thoughtful inquiry about their loved ones, or a suggestion to taste something they haven’t tried yet.
Chef Mani was born and trained in Chennai, India. Mani left India in 2005 for New York City, where he worked at renowned restaurants such as Babu Ji and Badshah. He moved to Colorado in 2018 and launched his place, Urban Village, which shuttered during the pandemic. Mani’s light, healthy, and modern takes on Indian food found new life at Urban Village Grill. Chef Mani continues to serve refreshing renditions of charred tandoori chicken, tender paneer tikka, and silky dal makhani (lentils slow-simmered for 24 hours in a tomato-butter sauce). Each plate, garnished with fresh flowers, aromatic herbs, and colorful purées, is brought to your table by a chef—often Mani himself—who explains the flavors and region from which the dish originates..