Back2Roots Bistro in downtown Ann Arbor

. October 1, 2015.
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Dr. Swaroop Bhojani, owner of the restaurant, Hut-K Chaat (as well as a food cart by the same name), has a new venture –  Back2Roots Bistro in downtown Ann Arbor – with his business partner, Pradeep Chowdry. Like Hut-K Chaat, the emphasis at Back2Roots is eating for wellness. To make that happen Bhojani allows no GMOs, preservatives, processed sugars or white flour to be used in the preparation of the vegan menu, and foods are locally sourced whenever possible. Back2Roots, which opened in early September for lunches only, now serves both lunch and dinner.

11am-9pm everyday except Sunday
108 S. Main St.
734-302-1555 | Back2rootbistro.com

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