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Kasa Indian Eatery Now For Sale In the Marina

Parterns Tim Volkena and Suresh and Anamika Khanna have put the Marina location of Kasa Indian Eatery up for sale. The quick-service Indian kati roll business has been straight killing it in the Castro since they opened there in 2008, but -- perhaps not surprisingly -- hasn't picked up as much speed across town. The real estate flyer details a 2,350-square-footer with Type 41 license, situated on a prime block, right next to the infamous "triangle," scores of profitable restaurants (Pizza Orgasmica, East Side West, Balboa Cafe) and hot newcomers like Atelier Crenn. Asking price here is $299K and the team plans to stay in business until they feel confident about their replacement. Eater note: something more main-stream and bar-focused is more of a sure bet with the Marina set. Kasa fans should know they're still 100% moving forward with a kati roll food truck, which should hit the streets in a TBD location next spring. [EaterWire]

Kasa Indian Eatery

3115 Fillmore Street, San Francisco, CA