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Bombay Bowl Is Now Taja Indian, a Fine-Casual Indian Chain

A second Taja Indian location opens up in Denver.

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Taja Indian
Taja Indian
Business Den

A little rebranding and menu tweaking are included in the formula for remaking Bombay Bowl into what is now Taja Indian, Business Den reported. The four-year-old restaurant located near Sixth Avenue and Lincoln Street reopened lasted week with some changes, including a streamlined menu and real dish and silverware.

Lakewood is home to the first Taja Indian, opened in January by owners Autumn and Amar SinghYelp reviewers indicate success for the first transformed location, praising the venue's newly implemented concept of farm-fresh food and a sit down dining experience.

Lack of customer knowledge is one of the issues facing the Indian restaurant industry today, and Taja was developed with that issue in mind. Explanations of each dish are provided, elaborating on dishes like sang paneer, which contain paneer (farmer's cheese), cooked with spinach and garlic, and a touch of cream.

Taja Indian Denver is located at 575 Lincoln Street and is open daily, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.