Laura and I had a wonderful dinner here on 2002-08-16. We are now fans, and have returned serveral times.

Bombay Sitar


4633 Belden Village St. NW
N Canton, OH 44718
330-493-0671
330-493-0678 fax


Front view.


My mother, myself and my daughter.

They are open 11-2:30 for lunch and 5-10:30 for dinner every day. Catering available. MC, Visa, Discover & AmEx

Here is some of the text from the menu:

Welcome to Bombay Sitar, home of the finest Indian cuisine! If you've never before experienced Indian cuisine, you're in for a treat. We offer a richly-varied menu of fresh. natural ingredients, wholesome sauces and flavorful spices. All of our food is natural and freshly prepared daily on the premises with no additives or preservatives.

Now some information that might make your dining experience even richer. First. a word about curry. our curry is not the curry powder you find in grocery stores. Contrary to the common belief, curry is not necessarily spicy. It is an Indian word which means "Sauce." In our dishes that are served with curry, (and not all of our entrees are), you will find a different combination of mild spices. When taken together, they encourage a depth of flavor.

When ordering your food, please tell us how you like it spiced -- mild, medium, hot or Indian hot. We prepare each dish with freshly ground herbs and spices to suit your taste. Either way, it's totally up to you.

Finally, Indian food is also remarkably versatile. Our meatless dishes feature some of our finest vegetarian dining available. In fact, many are mainstays of the Indian diet. If you have any special requests, please ask. If we have the ingredients, we can do it.

Children's portions are available on some items at half the regular price.

All of our food is natural and freshly prepared daily on the premises with no additives or preservatives.

Laura and I recommend Vegetable Samosas as appetizers (Appetizer Number 6). Each order ($3) includes two deep fried pouches of potatoes, vegetables and spices. With dinner, we recommend the poori bread (Bread Number 2; $2). All entrees are served with long grain basmati rice, which can be spiced. For the spice novice, I recommend the mildest, which still has some spice. Here is the list of vegetarian items on the menu. Each is $7.95, unless marked otherwise:

  1. Vegetable Jal Frazi ($9)
  2. Sag Panir. Sag means spinach. Panir is cheese.
  3. Matar Panir. Matar means peas.
  4. Alo Palak. Alo means potatoes. Palak means cooked with spinach.
  5. Alo Gobhi. Gobhi means cauliflower.
  6. Mushroom Matar ($9)
  7. Alo Chhole. Chhole means chick peas (garbanzos).
  8. Bayngan Bharta. Eggplant, etc.
  9. Bhindi Masala. Okra
  10. Kofta Lajawab. Vegetable cheese balls with cream.
  11. Vegetable Korma. has yogurt
  12. Panir Tikka Masala. cheese again
  13. Shahl Panir. cheese
  14. Aloo Vindalo. hot potatoes
  15. Dal Makni ($7) Dal means black lentils. This one is sauteed in butter.
  16. Chana Saag, chick peas and spinach.
  17. Bombay Aloo ($9)

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Last Updated: 2004-09-18