The Gas House Grill and Pastries of Denmark could be getting some food-related company.
Anis Hyderabad Indian Restaurant, which currently operates an outlet in O'Fallon, would like to open a new facility in Creve Couer's West Park Center. Owners will apper before the Creve Coeur Planning and Zoning Commission Monday night to discuss plans for a 2,368 square foot eatery at 12637 Olive Boulevard.
In the Creve Coeur application, Anitha Koppara writes:
Our aim is to provide genuine and authentic Indian cuisine to our customers at reasonable rates. We strive for prompt, efficient and courteous service to leave an impressionable mark on our customers.
Our food speaks for itself. We have specialized chefs who give their very best to cater to the customized needs of our guests. Our service is very friendly and our staff treats every guest with utmost respect and also takes every step to assure that our guests are provided with the excellent quality of service. Above all ANIS is about promoting healthy human relations that are invaluable. It is not only about food, it is about reinforcing our guests that they are unique, special and invaluable, by providing them the attention and the best service ever possible. ANIS is about providing a “Home away from Home”, with its pleasant environment, appealing food and meticulous service.
The restaurant would seat up to 48 customers.
The Public Hearing for anyone wishing to speak about the project is part of the Commission's regularly scheduled meeting, which starts at 7 p.m. at the Creve Coeur Government Center.