When you’re looking for a quick grab and go lunch, a sandwich is always a solid option. But Yamallama isn’t the place for your boring old ham sammy. With its location at The Garage Food Hall, Yamallama delights customers with its hand made sandwiches on fresh baked bread, made-from-scratch soups and bowls that are healthy, packed with flavor and made fast.
Executive chef and CEO Robert Frye is a proud Indiana native who's been in the culinary industry for the last 30 years. His passion began inside his family’s tomato packing company and his journey has taken him from Portland, Oregon all the way back to his roots where he currently owns and operates several restaurant concepts throughout the Circle City.
Garage goers will now have another option for lunch or dinner with Yamallama’s menu filled with homemade soups with unique flavors like tomato tangerine, or handcrafted salads like the curry roasted cauliflower or panini sandwiches on house made focaccia made with top-of-the-line meats.
Frye can’t wait to broaden the Yamallama fanbase and be part of Indy’s greatest food hub!
Tell me more about your business? What’s the concept?
We create hand made, chef inspired sandwiches, bowls and soups. Our food is packed with flavor, healthy and fast.
What do you offer?
Handcrafted salads with amazing dressings. Panini sandwiches on house made focaccia with top of the line meats. All our soups are hand made and quite unique.
What is unique about your concept?
Although we serve relatively healthy, great tasting, handmade food, our service is fast.
When customers visit you at The Garage, what’s one thing they must try?
Muffanapolis sandwich. Made with shaved ham, mortadella, sopressata, provolone, olive spread, tomato, white onion, lettuce, mayo on top of a New Orleans hoagie bun. Curry roasted cauliflower salad with toasted cashew, golden raisins, arugula, pickled red onion and crispy chickpeas. Or the tomato tangerine soup!
Why The Garage Food Hall?
The Garage Food Hall will provide our concept the cache we need to grow.
How do you think The Garage will help your business?
The Garage Food Hall will put way more eyes on our concept than we could ever imagine.
Why is The Garage important to boosting downtown Indy?
It gives everyone visiting downtown a reason to stay there.
Yamallama joins a diverse group of vendors at The Garage, ranging from poke bowls and cheeseburgers to lobster rolls and ice cream. To learn more about Yamallama, visit www.yamallamadeli.com and to learn more about The Garage, visit www.garageindy.com.