Slated to open this fall, Morgan Street Food Hall & Market has announced two more new culinary concepts to its roster of unique dining offerings – Curry in a Hurry and Iyla’s Southern Kitchen.
Curry in a Hurry
“It’s all about THAT spice” award-winning chef Alaksha Surti will bring exotic spices and Indian curry dishes to Morgan Street Food Hall with the first brick-and-mortar location of her popular Curry in a Hurry food truck. Committed to sourcing local produce and only using Halal chicken and lamb, Curry in a Hurry is known for its wide variety of Kati Rolls, an Indian version of a burrito that is a popular street food, a wide selection of curry dishes and naan sandwiches.
Iyla’s Southern Kitchen
Rounding out the palette with some down south flair, Chef Greg Nelson will showcase his devotion to Southern cooking with the opening of Iyla’s Southern Kitchen. Chef Greg is a classically-trained chef who studied at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Orlando and boasts an impressive resume working in luxury hotels in Charlotte, NC and Washington, DC. In each of those cities he learned about “metropolitan cuisine” and is using that knowledge to create signature dishes like Chicken and Waffles with homemade Pimento Cheese and Chow Chow slaw.
About Morgan Street Food Hall & Market
“My goal in finding the right culinary concepts for the Morgan Street Food Hall was to make sure I was not only offering a wide variety of choices but also that those choices had a tie-in to the local community,” said Niall Hanley, owner of Hibernian Hospitality Group. “Each of the tenants we’ve named has an exceptional story – whether it is Carroll’s Kitchen, a non-profit that aims to break the cycle of homelessness or a local food truck like Cousin’s Maine Lobster that has found enormous success but wants to expand; this is a way that the culinary community of Raleigh can grow and chefs and entrepreneurs can try new things on a smaller scale.”
With 22,000 sq. ft. of multi-vendor space that local foodies have been keeping an eye on, the fall debut of Morgan Street Food Hall is a much-anticipated Downtown Raleigh event that we can’t wait to tell you more about as the opening inches closer. Stay tuned to keep up with the happenings over at 411 W. Morgan Street!