Hut-K In News



Raw Talent: Chef Swaroop Bhojani, PhD

By: Tanya Muzumdar, 4/13/2011

Here's an if-then to chew on: If all scientists were chefs, then cancer rates could be lowered.



Hut-K Chaats... nutrilicious Indian food

By Mark Maynard | May 10, 2012

One of my favorite local restaurants is an Indian street food place on Packard, between Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor, called Hut-K Chaats.

The Michigan Daily

The Michigan Daily

Medical School researcher uses health background in kitchen

By Chelsea Landry, Daily Staff Reporter Published October 23, 2011

The rigors that arise from being a research investigator in the department of radiation oncology, dentistry and anesthesiology at the University's Medical School haven't prevented, Mahaveer Swaroop Bhojani from also pursuing a culinary career.




By Benjamin Weatherston

During the first year of my restaurant, I’ve met an amazing array of people who brought us vegetables from their garden, unique fruits, thank you cards, and even raw chocolates. The benevolence of Ann Arborites has been an amazing experience.



Hut-K Chaats puts a healthy spin on tasty Indian snacks

By Julie Halpert. Posted: Thu, May 19, 2011 : 5:51 a.m.

One of the best parts of a visit to the new Hut-K Chaats is getting a tutorial from the owner, Mahaveer Swaroop Bhojani, about how he has turned traditionally popular, greasy Indian snack food into a healthful delicacy.



New Indian restaurant Hut-K offers Ann Arbor a nutritious, inventive take on traditional fare

By Angela Smith. Posted: Fri, Apr 8, 2011 : 5:55 a.m.

What do you call something that is both nutritious and delicious? According to Swaroop Bhojani, the answer is “nutrilicious.”



Movin' on Up

By Sally Mitani posted 5/2/2011

On April 2nd, Sumi and Swaroop Bhojani had a festive, merry ribbon- cutting ceremony to launch their Hut-K Chaats, in the former Bombay Grocery (Bombay moved a few doors west last year). The brand-new restaurant was bursting with what seemed to be well-heeled, professional-class Indians, sparklingly attired in salwar kameez.



Dining with VeggiePatti: A different take on Indian street food at Hut-K Chaats

By Patti Radakovich. January 1, 2012

Hut-K Chaats is a relatively new vegetarian restaurant in Ann Arbor. Its focus is on nutritious and great-tasting Indian street food.



Indian Restaurants: Going for Hip

By Preeti Khilnani

Tired of the same old buffets and the equally predictable sitar tunes? A small but growing crop of trendsetting restaurants are breaking the mould by offering food for modern sensibilities, served in an innovative ambience.

The Michigan Daily


The changing face of Ann Arbor

By DAVID TAO. Published September 7, 2011

Hut-K Chaats, an Indian restaurant serving traditional Indian street food with a healthy, all-natural twist, is run by Sumi Bhojani and her husband, Dr. Mahaveer Swaroop Bhojani, a University cancer researcher.

The Michigan Daily


Biting into the Mark's Carts cook-off

BY NICOLE ABER. October 10, 2011 - 2:54am

Saturday afternoon, the six food carts of Marks Carts on West Washington Street faced off in a cooking contest sponsored by French cookware manufacturer Le Creuset.



In the works

By Sally Mitani posted 2/10/2011

Sharp-eyed customers at Downtown Home & Garden may have noticed some activity behind the store--trenches being dug, low walls going up, and most recently, a tall, elegant iron fence defining a small concrete lot.