THE WOODLANDS, TX – Kahani Social Group, a grand hospitality group dedicated to creating unique and holistic social experiences.
Amrina, an exceptional and stimulating restaurant with an inventive approach to Indian cuisine, cocktails and wine pairings. This is the first concept designed by Kahani Social Group offering a unique social experience in a thoughtful yet modern atmosphere.
Amrina celebrated its grand opening in dazzling style with a private affair on Wednesday, June 15. The glamorous evening set a precedent for sensational dining in The Woodlands with a colorful lineup of entertainment, unique cocktails and hors d’oeuvres created by Chef Jassi Bindra
Upon arrival, guests were greeted on a red carpet with bubbles served by an attractive lady in champagne glasses. As the night wore on, aerial and acrobatic dancers charmed revelers at every turn as they strode through the carefully designed restaurant. Musicians also toured the restaurant harmonizing their saxophone, guitar or violin with the rhythms of the DJ. The eclectic interior divided into several electrifying and meaningful areas, which served as the perfect backdrop as guests mingled and sipped fine wines and sampled the exotic past hors d’oeuvres such as albacore tuna golgappa poppers and ostrich research skewers followed by desserts such as rose and pistachio macaroons. At any time during the evening, diners could satisfy their savory cravings with caviar accompanied by lemon foam and naan blinis served on a table entirely made of ice.
At the end of the evening, owners Preet Paul Singhand Surpreet Singh delivered speeches on the meaning of the name ‘Amrina’, honoring the powerful women in each of their lives. Chef Bindra and Giorgio Ferrero, general manager and on-site sommelier, followed with remarks explaining how Indian culture is the soul of the restaurant and how Amrina blends fine dining and social experiences. The evening ended with guests wanting more as they quickly booked tables to experience Amrina during opening week, hoping to miss out on “naan”.