Desi Breakfast Club celebrates one year of business with expansion

Diners now have a better chance to get a table at the Desi Breakfast Club.

The Herndon-based Indian and Pakistani cuisine restaurant (3065-G Centreville Road) expanded its dining room from its original 1,500 square feet to 5,500 square feet late last year. 

The breakfast club is currently celebrating their grand reopening this month and is inviting potential customers who are interested in dining on some of their more popular specials such as Nehari (a slow cooked beef shank stew) and Haleem (shredded chicken with wheat, barley, and lentils).

According to co-owner Malik Waleed Amhed, Desi was able to acquire the space next door in July 2021 making the extension of the dining room possible and has allowed Desi to expand its capacity to 250 people. 

“This has been in the making since July last year. We are celebrating our grand [opening] this entire month of February and invite everyone to come experience Desi Breakfast Club,” says Ahmad. 

Desi first opened in June 2021 and markets itself as the first halal breakfast restaurant in Virginia, the restaurant was founded by Ahmad along with his brother Zaheer Ahmed and his father who all emigrated to the United States from Pakistan 19 years ago. 

The restaurant is opened Tuesdays through Sundays from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Reservations are required on Saturdays and Sundays. Desi also serves High-Tea daily from 2-6 p.m.

Photo via Desi Breakfast Club

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