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Welcome to Cafe Bombay, your ultimate destination for authentic Indian flavors on the go. We are delighted to offer you a delightful take-out experience, bringing the vibrant tastes of India straight to your mouth. Our skilled chefs have crafted a menu filled with a diverse array of mouthwatering dishes, from aromatic curries, all made with the freshest ingredients and traditional spices that capture the essence of Indian cuisine. Whether you're craving a quick lunch or a satisfying dinner, our efficient and friendly staff are here to ensure you receive a taste of India that is both convenient and unforgettable. Thank you for choosing Cafe Bombay, where we bring the flavors of India to you.


What is Curry?

     In America, Indian curry has gained immense popularity as a rich and aromatic dish featuring a variety of flavors and spices. It typically consists of a luscious sauce made from a blend of traditional Indian spices like cumin, coriander, turmeric, and garam masala, combined with ingredients such as onions, garlic, ginger, and tomatoes. The curry sauce is then simmered with meat, vegetables, or legumes, creating a harmonious blend of flavors that ranges from mild and creamy to spicy and robust. Indian curry has become a beloved part of American cuisine, appreciated for its complexity, depth, and ability to transport taste buds on a flavorful journey to the diverse regions of India.



  1. Turmeric is a vibrant yellow spice renowned for its active compound curcumin, which possesses potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, potentially supporting overall health. It is commonly used in Indian cuisine and has been associated with various benefits, including reduced inflammation, improved brain function, and potential aid in managing conditions like arthritis, heart disease, and cancer.

  2. Coriander, also known as cilantro, is an aromatic herb with seeds that are used as a spice. It contains antioxidants and may have antimicrobial properties, aiding digestion, supporting heart health, and potentially benefiting blood sugar control. Additionally, coriander adds a fresh and citrusy flavor to dishes.

  3. Cinnamon is a fragrant spice derived from the bark of trees and is renowned for its distinct sweet and warm taste. It has been linked to potential benefits such as blood sugar control, improved heart health, and possessing anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

  4. Cardamom, known for its strong aroma and slightly sweet taste, is a popular spice used in both sweet and savory dishes. It may have antimicrobial properties, support digestive health, and potentially assist in reducing blood pressure.

  5. Star anise has a unique star-shaped appearance and imparts a strong licorice-like flavor to dishes. It is often used in spice blends and can provide potential benefits such as antioxidant properties and relief from digestive issues.

  6. Black pepper, derived from dried unripe berries, is widely used as a seasoning spice. It contains an active compound called pipeline, which may enhance nutrient absorption, possess antioxidant properties, and potentially aid in digestion.

  7. Clove is a highly aromatic spice with a warm and sweet flavor. It contains compounds with potential antimicrobial and antioxidant properties, and it may help soothe toothaches and support oral health.

  8. Nutmeg is a versatile spice with a distinctive flavor and aroma. It has been associated with potential benefits such as aiding digestion, promoting sleep, and providing antioxidant effects.

  9. Cumin, with its earthy and warm flavor, is a popular spice in Indian and Middle Eastern cuisine. It may have potential benefits such as aiding digestion, reducing inflammation, and promoting weight loss.

  10. Fennel seeds have a mild licorice-like flavor and are often used as a digestive aid due to their potential carminative properties, which may help relieve bloating and gas.

  11. Fenugreek, both in seed and leaf form (methi leaves), is used in Indian cuisine and is associated with potential benefits such as supporting blood sugar control, promoting lactation in breastfeeding mothers, and potentially aiding in digestion.

  12. Ginger, known for its distinctive spicy and warm flavor, is widely used for its potential anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects, as well as its traditional use in relieving nausea and supporting digestive health.

  13. Garlic, a pungent spice with a strong aroma, is renowned for its potential health benefits, including immune system support, heart health, and potential anti-cancer properties.

  14. Saffron, a prized spice derived from the Crocus sativus flower, adds a rich golden hue and unique flavor to dishes. It has been associated with potential antioxidant properties and may have mood-enhancing effects.

  15. These spices collectively contribute not only to the vibrant and diverse flavors of Indian cuisine but also offer potential health benefits, making them valued components of both traditional cooking and contemporary health-conscious practices.

 We can adjust spicy levels from 0-10.  Please tell us your taste preference before ordering.

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Allergies? Tell us before ordering

Our facility uses ingredients including wheat, nuts, and dairy products in the preparation of food. While efforts are made to prevent cross-contamination, we cannot guarantee an allergen-free environment, and individuals with allergies should exercise caution.

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