Indian on the rise: Bombay Bowl

Amar Singh opened the first Bombay Bowl in 2009 in Centennial, Colo., with the goal of offering a fast, fresh and healthful version of Indian food, deconstructed to allow guests to customize dishes. A second location opened near Denver’s downtown in May.

With an $8.50 average check, Bombay Bowl is similar to Chipotle. Guests walk a service line and select a bowl, plate, roti roll (similar to a burrito) or naan sandwich.

Proteins include chicken, braised beef or soft tofu,

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