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Join fellow Cornellians and friends for dinner at Bombay Street Food in the Columbia Heights neighborhood in NW DC.
Inspired by the street food he grew up eating in Bombay. Restaurateur Asad Sheikh brings India's bright and vibrant flavors to Bombay Street Food. Bombay Street Food evokes the sights and sounds of old Bombay, bringing the flavors of both traditional and street food vendors to the Washington, DC dining landscape. After opening award winning restaurants in Northern Virginia (Curry Mantra, London Curry House and 1947). Sheikh and his business partners/chefs Pradip Shrestha and Dolly Khan traveled to Bombay for ten days to completely immerse themselves in the culture and do further research on the menu before opening Bombay Street Food. Sheikh and his business partners promise to give DC the best of the best taste from the street of Bombay.
Each attendee is responsible for the cost of their own food and drink. If you cannot attend, please contact Swati Sureka no later than Monday, May 13 so another can take your place.
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