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September 2004

Ambadi White Plains
The children of Simson Kalathara, the owner of Bengal Tiger in White Plains, have struck out on their own.  But they didn't go far.  Matthew Simson, John Simson and Mary Simson Kalathara have opened Ambadi, a casual Indian restaurant, across the street.  The restaurant, which is named for the birthplace of Krishna, is a modern take on Indian, and offers small plates of street food like Bombay chaat, samosas, tandoori and korna.  The restaurant is cash only, and mostly for takeout; there are only 8 seats.

The Journey News (Wednesday, September 8, 2004)



Great takeout of Indian food
At Ambadi (named for the birtheplace of Lord Krishna, the mythical Hindu god), a large variety of casual Indian street food is available for take-away as well as eating in. The choices change each day, and everything, from appetizers to desserts, is prepared fresh daily by three capable cooks, one each for desserts, baking and curries.

Scarsdale Inquirer ( September 24, 2004)Go to top of this page



Ambadi Premiers in White Plains
Partners Mathew Simson, John Simson and Mary Simson Kalathara have opened Ambadi on East Post Road in White Plains, a store specializing in "Chaat", the delectable quick foods and snacks of India, beautifully displayed and showcased daily.

Harrison Herald ( September 2004)Go to top of this page

 
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