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Fast-Casual Saucy Bombay Returns to Denver

The concept by the owners of Bombay Clay Oven will open late fall

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East Colfax is getting a fast-casual Indian restaurant.

When Saucy Bombay closed last year with the closing of Republic Plaza food court downtown, owners Rohini Saksena and Marshall Miranda started looking for a new home for their business.

Now the fast-casual concept by the owners of Bombay Clay Oven has found a new home at 2600 E. Colfax Ave. and will reopen late this fall.

The new spot across from East High School will seat 30 and sell wraps, bowls, and plates of various meats and vegetarian options served with a choice of relish and sauces such as Tikka Masala, Vindaloo, and Korma.

Saksena and Miranda first launched Saucy Bombay downtown in 2010. They opened the original Bombay Clay Oven in Highlands Ranch in 1993 and moved it to Cherry Creek North in 1997.

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