Glen Burnie seems to be the ethnic dining wasteland, filled with chain restaurants, but finally, one sees growth of independent restaurants, most recently Bombay Blues Bistro located on the corner of LaFontaine Bleue and across the parking lot from the courthouse on Ritchie Highway. A growing interest and thirst for ethnic flavors continues to grow and with that in mind, Chefs Sivaraman Balamurugan, Abraham Varghese and Restaurateur Senthil Rajamani were lured from Washington, DC by the owner of the building Tom Stuehler, owner of LaFontaine Bleue Catering and former owner of Truffles Catering. Stuehler, who has studied under renowned spiritualist, author and doctor – Deepak Chopra, and traveled to India, became enamored with all things Indian, especially their flavors and was the impetus for this restaurant.
Chefs Balamurugan and Varghese have worked together numerous years at the award-winning Indique Restaurant in the district tying in the flavors of India with our regional ingredients.
Bombay Blues has been open for about six weeks, all the kinks of a new restaurant worked out they are throwing a launch party, Thursday, December 17th at 6 p.m. to 9 .m. where they will be sharing samples of their “mouth-watering” cuisine and drinks while guests enjoy performances from Liz Slaterbeck, belly dancer and the DJ Mukt.
Bombay Blues Bistro – 7514 Ritchie Highway – Glen Burnie, MD 21061 443 883 3547 www.bombaybluesbistro.com Facebook Twitter @BombayBluesMD & Instagram @BombayBluesBistro