Bombay Bazar

★★☆☆☆
  • 2115 63RD St

    Downers Grove, IL 60516

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  • 630-434-1231

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Sun 11am-5pm, Mon-Sat 11am-7pm

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Extremely poor service. I live walking distance from this place but drive out of the way to go to other local stores. I walked in once, saw the kind of treatment people got and have never walked in again.

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★☆☆☆☆

Extremely poor service. I live walking distance from this place but drive out of the way to go to other local stores. I walked in once, saw the kind of treatment people got and have never walked in again.

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1. The owners are very very rude. If you step inside the store it will not take much time to figure out why the store is always empty.
2. Rates are expensive.
3. If you just want to see a big Indian grocery shop and not buy anything then it is a great store. BUT NOT TO BUY.

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★☆☆☆☆

1. The owners are very very rude. If you step inside the store it will not take much time to figure out why the store is always empty.
2. Rates are expensive.
3. If you just want to see a big Indian grocery shop and not buy anything then it is a great store. BUT NOT TO BUY.

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As many people said, the owner is very rude. Also the prices are high and more often than not you will end up buying expired date items. There are other good Indian Groceries nearby (Soumya on 75th street and A1 groceries on Cass Ave.) where they sell most of the products at a very reasonable price. Buy from Bombay Bazaar only when you have no other alternative.

I would love to give a "zero" star if the system allows it.

Poorest service I have ever seen !

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★☆☆☆☆

As many people said, the owner is very rude. Also the prices are high and more often than not you will end up buying expired date items. There are other good Indian Groceries nearby (Soumya on 75th street and A1 groceries on Cass Ave.) where they sell most of the products at a very reasonable price. Buy from Bombay Bazaar only when you have no other alternative.

I would love to give a "zero" star if the system allows it.

Poorest service I have ever seen !

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Large store, with a huge variety of products. Lots of brands and choices. While "service" may appear to be below regular American department store standards, it doesn't mean the folks there are rude. Maybe a bit communicationally-challenged, but if you shop there regularly you'll find that they do business with a community spirit reminiscent of the "kirana" stores back home, only bigger. Other, Indian grocery stores in a 7-miles radius are nowhere near as large, nor do they carry the level or variety of inventory this guy does. I've been shopping there for the past many years, and frankly, I haven't found a single reason to complain. I don't think the products are overpriced. The owner is a business-man, and bases his prices on what the local market will bear. So far I think he's I think he's done a wonderful job catering to a wide range of tastes, and performing a great service for the local Indian community. The only real alternative is driving 30-odd miles to Devon Avenue, which I would sooner avoid.

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★★★★☆

Large store, with a huge variety of products. Lots of brands and choices. While "service" may appear to be below regular American department store standards, it doesn't mean the folks there are rude. Maybe a bit communicationally-challenged, but if you shop there regularly you'll find that they do business with a community spirit reminiscent of the "kirana" stores back home, only bigger. Other, Indian grocery stores in a 7-miles radius are nowhere near as large, nor do they carry the level or variety of inventory this guy does. I've been shopping there for the past many years, and frankly, I haven't found a single reason to complain. I don't think the products are overpriced. The owner is a business-man, and bases his prices on what the local market will bear. So far I think he's I think he's done a wonderful job catering to a wide range of tastes, and performing a great service for the local Indian community. The only real alternative is driving 30-odd miles to Devon Avenue, which I would sooner avoid.

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Like the first review states, service is scarce to nothing. The owner(s) are extremely rude and do not help in anyway possible. If you ask them for help, they will simply grunt and say something inaudible and stare at you with a look of dislike. If you don't believe this then go there yourself and talk to them! Their prices are overcharged and, all in all, there are other stores so go to them. Also, user "Insider Expert" is obviously a person from the store so don't let them fool you.

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★★☆☆☆

Like the first review states, service is scarce to nothing. The owner(s) are extremely rude and do not help in anyway possible. If you ask them for help, they will simply grunt and say something inaudible and stare at you with a look of dislike. If you don't believe this then go there yourself and talk to them! Their prices are overcharged and, all in all, there are other stores so go to them. Also, user "Insider Expert" is obviously a person from the store so don't let them fool you.

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This is a one-stop Indian grocery store catering all the standard brands as well as unique items with a wide selection. I've always found anything obscure at this store. However, the service sucks! The owner simply does not care two hoots about customer service. He's both rude as well as looks down at the customers with an aura of doing the customer a favor. I once arrived at the store 20 minutes before closing and saw the owner closing the store early. Despite my requesting him to let me purchase a few items, he flatly refused. I can understand that had I arrived 20 minutes after closing time, but this was 20 minutes prior to his advertised closing time.Also, the store prices are slightly higher than the other neighboring stores.

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★★☆☆☆

This is a one-stop Indian grocery store catering all the standard brands as well as unique items with a wide selection. I've always found anything obscure at this store. However, the service sucks! The owner simply does not care two hoots about customer service. He's both rude as well as looks down at the customers with an aura of doing the customer a favor. I once arrived at the store 20 minutes before closing and saw the owner closing the store early. Despite my requesting him to let me purchase a few items, he flatly refused. I can understand that had I arrived 20 minutes after closing time, but this was 20 minutes prior to his advertised closing time.Also, the store prices are slightly higher than the other neighboring stores.

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Store is big but you find all unknown brands that you don't find elsewhere. Most of the snack foods are stale. To my surprise all the shoping carts are locked and you have to pay for a shopping cart. I would strongly not-recommend to shop here. There are many other Indian grocery shops in the area who don't look for your quarters for a shopping cart.

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★☆☆☆☆

Store is big but you find all unknown brands that you don't find elsewhere. Most of the snack foods are stale. To my surprise all the shoping carts are locked and you have to pay for a shopping cart. I would strongly not-recommend to shop here. There are many other Indian grocery shops in the area who don't look for your quarters for a shopping cart.

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Bombay Bazaar is the largest one stop shop for all your Indian grocery needs. If you are looking for a particular brand or variety of Indian food, chances are that you will find it here. They also have a large collection of Indian steel cooking utensils. You can get pressure cookers and washers from here. They have puja items, snacks, pulses, and a large collection of yummy ready to eat food and mixes

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★★★★☆

Bombay Bazaar is the largest one stop shop for all your Indian grocery needs. If you are looking for a particular brand or variety of Indian food, chances are that you will find it here. They also have a large collection of Indian steel cooking utensils. You can get pressure cookers and washers from here. They have puja items, snacks, pulses, and a large collection of yummy ready to eat food and mixes

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