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Shalom Bombay Reopens on Cedar Lane in Teaneck

The kosher Indian restaurant was sold in 2011 to its original owners.

Shalom Bombay, after closing more than two years ago, has reopened on Cedar Lane.

The kosher Indian restaurant was sold to the original owner in 2011.

Shalom Bombay was featured in a 2009 New York Times review of area kosher spots.

Tell us: What do you think of Shalom Bombay's return to Teaneck?
Art Vatsky January 05, 2014 at 01:56 AM
Eaten at Shalom Bombay on Cedar Lane several times. Always satisfied with food and service. Its a big space. Let's fill it up, especially when shopping or catching a movie at our new Teaneck Cinema.
Art Vatsky January 05, 2014 at 01:56 AM
Eaten at Shalom Bombay on Cedar Lane several times. Always satisfied with food and service. Its a big space. Let's fill it up, especially when shopping or catching a movie at our new Teaneck Cinema.
Michael Rogovin January 05, 2014 at 09:49 AM
Welcome back and good luck, but I wish it was dairy for authentic Indian with ghee, butter, yogurt and paneer (it could also be less expensive and attract more non-kosher clientele). Chenai in Manhattan was the best.

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