Tanjore Restaurant

Boca Raton Restaurant Faces Eviction, Owes $44K In Back Rent Says Suit

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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A popular restaurant in East Boca Raton is facing eviction after the landlord claims the tenant owes nearly $44,000 in back rent.

Tanjore at 500 Via De Palmas, Suite 79, is being sued for back payment or eviction in Palm Beach County Circuit Court. The suit, filed by Royal Palm Place Investments, names Norma Food LLC as the defendant. Public records show that Norma Food is the holding company name for Tanjore.

The suit alleges that the restaurant’s lease started in 2013, was renewed in 2017 and again in 2020. Tanjore currently pays $10,948.83 monthly for use of the space.

According to the suit, a notice to pay back rent was sent to Norma Foods in early March. The total due: $43,890.29.

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