May 3, 2010

Bombay House SOLD

*Please read introduction before purchasing*

The owner and one of the founders of Bombay House, Daniel Shanthakumar, grew up in the city of Chennai, in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. There, he enjoyed life, and he had the unique perspective of one who has a foot planted in two cultures—one in his own ancient culture of India, and the other in the realm of the Western religion he and his family had adopted.
Later, Daniel graduated from Brigham Young University-Hawaii with a degree in hotel and restaurant management. After coming to Utah, he joined with Harpal Toor and Ajmer Singh from Punjab, India, and started Bombay House.
On February 5, 1993, Bombay House opened its doors to the public for the first time. Customers, unaccustomed to Indian food and culture in Utah, came wide-eyed and curious, and found themselves warmly welcomed as they were ushered into a different world. Once seated at their quiet, cozy, tables, and served dishes of delicious and succulent food, warm with spices, the people of Utah knew that they had discovered the next great restaurant.

Bombay House has donated a $50 gift certificate.  So, if you are looking for a unique and delicious eating experience, this is something for you. 


To purchase, click on the Buy Now button and pay through your pay pal account. After purchasing, please leave a comment with the name of the item purchased to be entered into our giveaway. For an extra entry, blog about the sale and leave a second comment. 

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