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Keeva Indian Kitchen


Inspired Indian Cuisine in San Francisco

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Keeva Indian Kitchen


Inspired Indian Cuisine in San Francisco

 

A blend of diversity and fresh creativity

At Keeva, we believe good food is all about patience and doing small things right. We prepare our dishes using traditional Indian techniques that were developed over 5,000 years and beautifully  blended with current street vendors, mothers, neighbors, and family that we spend a lot of time with when we were in India. Some of these techniques are time consuming whether it is tempering of our dals and raitas, marinating of kebabs with hanging curd techniques, and slow-cooking of the meat over charcoal -- however, we believe that a disciplined approach creates the most authentic flavors. We love what we do, and we hope you'll join us for a cultural experience that's sure to hit the spot.

 
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Savor Each Moment


Some of the best moments in our lives have been shaped by shared experiences, particularly around good food. 

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Savor Each Moment


Some of the best moments in our lives have been shaped by shared experiences, particularly around good food. 

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Read what Some of our friends have to say about Keeva

So yummy!

I traveled to outer Richmond to give this place a try and oh boy! I am glad I did!

Had okra, eggplant sauce, naan and the tandoori chicken. Was so good! My date is a UK born Indian man who enjoyed the meal as much as I did.

I wish this place much success and am happy to see that good restaurants are now spreading all over the city!
— Anelya S.
Firstly, there are tandoori kebabs and a variety of naan bread. You name it. Then there’s an array of home-made desserts like rasmalai, gulab jamun and lassis.

But forget all of these for today, and head straight for eggplant salan with biryani made just the way nawabs of Lucknow would.

Trust me; it’s worth heading to inner Richmond district for some scrumptious Indian food that you are unlikely to get elsewhere in the San Francisco Bay Area.
— Priyanka S.

We have so many truly delightful dishes to share. From the moment you walk into our restaurant, we hope that you and your loved ones will also experience the sense of community that is Keeva.

Keeva is a fusion of our love of food and our desire and passion to share it. As a owner and part of the wonderful team of chefs we are bringing our learning and experience from the cooking Masters while we were in India to your table, and we believe in doing the small things right and not compromising our process.

We pride ourselves on the rich history of our traditional cooking techniques and tempering it with something new and fresh. We hope that you see the beautiful in the combination of our ingredients that make up our dishes and also our sense of community and family. Please come and join us, you are welcome. 

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The Kitchen


The Kitchen


AJEET MEHTA

EXECUTIVE CHEF / OWNER

 

RITA MEHTA

PATRON SERVICE / OWNER