|Cuisine Type |||Vegan, Indian|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dessert, Dinner|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||Gift Certificate, MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||Transit: Bus #160|
|Cross Street |||Madison Ave.|
|Tues-Fri 11:30AM-10PM, Sat/Sun 1-10PM, Closed Mon|
Profile Last Updated: January 07, 2009
Bombay Bhel Restaurant has mastered the art of authentic yet casual Indian dining. This hidden gem serves up a colourful array of gourmet dishes that are surprisingly affordable. Perfectly marinated, colourful concoctions brimming with exotic spices never tasted so good, thanks to tried and true recipes. Enjoy the best of Indian cuisine without having to leave your own backyard.
Tantalize your Taste Buds
The most challenging part of dining at Bombay’s is deciding what to devour first on their large menu. On the appetizer menu, enjoy fried potato cakes served with curried chick peas and tamarind sauce along with lavishly stuffed samosas. Perfect for sharing are the hollow crispy shells stuffed with chick peas, potatoes and spices, and then topped with yogurt and tamarind sauce.
Fit for a Maharaja
Bombay’s menu features a wide selection of delicately marinated chicken dishes brimming with spices and cooked to perfection in the tandoor. Bombay Bhel’s charcoal fired clay oven has a way of making everything taste divine! For a spicy kick, try the chicken, beef, or lamb vindaloo, cooked in a hot tangy sauce with potatoes, red chilies and vinegar. Lamb curry and spicy chicken tikka masala also pack a punch thanks to made-from-scratch fragrant sauces. For the best butter chicken around you’ve come to the right place! Tender pieces of tandoori chicken are simmered in a velvety sauce made from butter, tomatoes and cream. Vegetarians are served well, indeed, thanks to a mouthwatering selection of dishes loaded with spicy curried chic peas, baby eggplant and homemade cottage cheese. On a cold winter night, curl up with a bowl of boiled lentils tempered with butter, ginger, fresh tomatoes and coriander.