On Monday, October 22nd, the Southern Rhode Island Chamber of Commerce held an official ribbon cutting ceremony for Bombay Flame, located at 60 Old Tower Hill Road in South Kingstown.
Bombay Flame’s owners saw a need for an affordable Indian restaurant in the Wakefield area, and jumped at the opportunity. Their menu offers a variety of chicken, fish, lamb, and goat dishes, as well as a number of vegan and gluten free options. Patrons can take advantage of the all you can eat lunch buffet on weekdays for $9.95, as well as an all you can eat brunch buffet for $13.95 on Saturdays and Sundays. URI students can use their Ram account to pay for their meal, as well as receive an additional student discount.
For more information and to view their current menu, visit www.bombaywakefield.com.
Photo: Friends, family, local government officials (State Representative Carol Hagan McEntee, South Kingstown Town Councilors Bryant Da Cruz and Liz Gledhill, South Kingstown Town Manager Robert Zarnetske), SRI Chamber staff and board members joined owners and staff of Bombay Flame for their ribbon cutting on October 22nd.