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Bombay Bowl’s chili chicken ($8.99) blends ginger, garlic, lemon juice and chili powder for a sweet-and-spicy dish. (Photos by Jason Addy/22nd Century Media)
The bistro’s vegetable hakka noodles dish ($7.99) features thin boiled noodles, carrots, peppers and onions mixed with traditional Chinese sauces.
The chicken Thai red curry dish ($8.99) showcases chicken cooked in Thai-style red curry and coconut milk and flavored with Thai spices and herbs.
Chicken, rice and spices cook together in a Szechuan sauce in Bombay Bowl’s chicken sczewan fried rice ($7.99).
Megan Bernard, Contributing Editor
12:02 pm CST November 9, 2018

Fast, fresh and healthy — those are three words Ravi Rawat used to describe his Northbrook restaurant Bombay Bowl. 

The establishment at 3111 Dundee Road opened in late July and aims to provide fast, yet healthy, Chinese food with quality ingredients at an affordable price.

Since its opening, the restaurant’s concept and business has been going “excellent,” said Rawat, who has more than 25 years of experience in the industry.