besides shalom bombay, what else is there? ANd how would you rate Shalom Bombay?
Will you eat at a vegetarian place owned by a non-Jew and open on Shabbat? Or will you only accept a big name hashgacha?
for me, any/either would work. just something yummy. for tonight dinner.
http://www.madrasmahal.com/ and I like Shalom Bombay a lot.
I'm very fond of Tiffin Wallah.
Having only eaten there once, I can't say I'd choose to go to Shalom Bombay again. It wasn't bad but on the bland side.
Another vote for Tiffin Wallah. Of all the ones on Curry Hill with a reliable hechsher (i.e. not Steinberg), I think this one stands out.
Whose/which hechsher is it under?
R Harry Cohen ("Orthodox Kashruth Supervision")
Pongal is always popular. I also like Shalom Bombay, although It's pricier than the veg places.
What is the supervision for Pongal?
I really like Shalom Bombay (plus, there's a groupon for it right now!) because it's NOT exclusively vegetarian. You can get chicken, meat or lamb there (or the classic vegetarian dishes if you wish)
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