By Leah Sander
WARSAW — Bomy Singh has finally been able to expand his restaurant business into Warsaw.
Singh opened Bomy’s Authentic Indian Food at 1403 E. Winona Ave., Warsaw, in January. The Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce had a ribbon cutting for it on Monday, March 1.
This is Singh’s second location; the other Bomy’s is located at 201 E. Chicago St., Columbia City. Singh previously sold his food in Warsaw at a gas station and during First Fridays.
He bought the former B&K restaurant along Winona Avenue where his restaurant now stands and planned to open it in the spring of last year. However, the COVID-19 pandemic slowed the process down.
Singh said he was grateful to still be able to open as other restaurants have closed down due to the pandemic.
“My food is like a specialty note Indian food,” he said, adding for this particular type of Indian cuisine people would have to travel to Indianapolis or Chicago.
Though patrons are welcome to sit and dine in at the restaurant, Singh noted employees will try to get them their food fast. The business’ sign says “No fast food … Better your food fast.”
“People don’t want to wait these days,” pointed out Singh.
As for what’s on the menu, Singh offers vegetarian and vegan options as well as those with chicken, goat and beef. He also sells a few Indian groceries, “the essentials,” he said, with more hopefully added in the future.
The Warsaw restaurant is open 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday.