Huriyali was started seven years ago by co-owners, Tom McFall and Ruchi Mistry, who envisioned a restaurant that served to nourish the mind, body, and soul of the community. From its inception, Huriyali has sourced available ingredients supporting local farms; what isn’t available in the Charleston region is certified organic. It is important to note that many smaller local farms are not certified organic due to the fees required to obtain and maintain the certification -- but that doesn’t mean they aren’t organic farms.
Originally serving pressed juices at local farmers markets, Huriyali has expanded to serve fresh smoothies, baked goods, and food. While the operation has evolved, their ethos has remained consistent. Located on Huger Street in downtown Charleston, Huriyali reflects the meaning of its Hindi origins bringing a lush, green vibrance to the neighborhood.
Mindful of the holistic nature of sustainability, Huriyali composts with Smart Recycling and uses biodegradable to-go wear. Being aware of their connection to the climate crisis, they work to reduce their carbon footprint. We are glad to have Huriyali on board supporting equitable climate action in the Lowcountry.