Sherkaan Brings Inventive Indian-American Cuisine to Central Campus
Sherkaan is a hip Indian street food restaurant that just opened last year outside of Stiles (first off, glad we’re not in Stiles because we’d spend wayyy too much money there). It’s the kind of place you walk past and can’t help but look at a little longer: if you’re lucky, the multiple sets of double doors are open on nice days, allowing a peek at the bright, beautiful murals decorating the exposed brick walls on the inside. The staff, too, are just as inviting (if not more!) than the space itself—they’re always thoughtful, fun to talk to, and unnecessarily kind. We don’t even need to mention how good the food is at this point if you’ve been, but here’s a quick run-down for those lucky enough to experience it for the first time: Sherkaan offers modern, creative twists on beloved classics as well as Indian-American fusion dishes (hello Chaat dog). If you want classic Indian food, you go to House of Naan, but Sherkaan is really something else altogether.