Bombay Kitchen(919) 862-0506
Indian, Banquet/Party Room, Children's Menu, Delivery, Kids Friendly, Romantic, Smoking/Non Smoking, Take Out/Carry Out, Wheelchair Access, Wi-Fi/Internet Access, Dinner, Lunch
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Restaurant DescriptionThe city of Bombay, the commercial capital of India, enjoys the reputation of being the most fashionable, trendy and affluent of all Indian cities. At Bombay Kitchen in Raleigh, Manju and Sunil Sharma model that image and strive to live up to those standards. Bombay Kitchen provides the best of Indian dining experiences. The Sharmas believe this comes from using superior products and delivering unparalleled service.
Bombay Kitchen is located in the Northridge shopping plaza, across from Kinko's on Fall of Neuse Road, and has about 4,000 square feet for seating 100 guests. This includes a private party hall for business and informal meetings, which is available at no cost to guests of the restaurant.
The uniqueness of Bombay Kitchen lies in their new innovative style of healthy cooking. The chefs at Bombay Kitchen prepare food from scratch for every order in the real Indian gourmet style. The menu offers complete meals that are low in sodium and fat. One of their favorite customer testimonials is, â€œI am full but not heavy!
The Sharmas recommend their chicken cooked in such exotic seasonings as mango, pineapple, coconut milk or honey. You'll love how it makes your taste buds come alive. Bombay Kitchen specializes in sheekh lamb, chicken and shrimp kabobs cooked in a Tan-door clay oven and served on a skewer. They also prepare a variety of chicken, goat, lamb, shrimps, fish and vegetarian dishes that come garnished with a medley of fresh vegetables, fruits and nuts.
In addition to an ever-expanding line of innovative Indian dishes, Bombay Kitchen serves a wide selection of Indian beer and wines.
Bombay Kitchen also caters parties, office lunches and special events. Ask about special discounts for these private events.official website: www.bombay-kitchen.com
Recent Bombay Kitchen Reviews
When I walked in there were 2 eating and a couple at the check out.
I heard the Indian girl saying "I have not tasted buffet food taste so delicious". This drew my attention. The buffet does not look like any other restaurants where you have tons of items but none you can eat.
Bombay Kitchen's food is by far the best tasting food. Regarding service the Naan was served at the table as many as you can eat.
For those writing reviews like Avoid ..etc and poor service I am not sure what they are talking about?
If you care for taste and nutritious healthy food then this place is for you.
It seems like nothing has changed. I was just there Saturday Aug. 1, 2009. And to be quite honest, my meal ended at the water.
First of all, on their window, they have advertised the lunch buffet all week and a dinner buffet only on Friday and Saturday evenings. I walked in and inquired about the price of the buffet...he informed me that the buffet is only during lunch - they don't do evening buffets. FALSE ADVERTISEMENT!
So I decided to give it a shot anyways, and was seated with my friend. The restaurant was completely empty upon our arrival and departure. The man was friendly, however, throughout this process, he began talking to me as if I didn't know what I was talking about.
We finally decided what we wanted to order - although it seemed that all the items were over-priced to begin with. He came over to take our order, and as we were placing our order for two appetizers, an order of naan, an order of chicken tikka masala, and an order of chicken saag, he asked us what kind of rice we wanted. I looked at him and said, "These entrees don't come with rice?" He said, "No - these are curries only, you can order them with bread or rice." I was appalled.
This was not my first time to an Indian restaurant...and every other restaurant I have been to served my favorite (chicken tikka masala) with rice, as well as bringing out papadam with chutney (and sometimes naan) for starters. I made sure to tell him that. He acted like I was wrong and insisted that this was how it was done - and continued to say that plain rice was only $2.00 per serving. He says to me "This is Basmati Rice, you know. It's expensive - blah blah blah". I looked at him and said, "Yes, I know...I know what Basmati Rice is and how much it costs - I grew up with it." (I'm from the Middle East).
Each meal was already $13.00 as it was and no rice came with it???
RIDICULOUS! And each of the appetizers we had chosen were a minimum of $4.00 each.
I asked him to give us a minute to decided what we wanted...my friend and I talked it over - I was upset. Our meal (entrees W/RICE) would've been $30.00 alone. So we got up and told him we were leaving.
I am also forewarning you all - DON'T GO HERE! YOU WILL MOST DEFINITELY GET RIPPED OFF!!!
We ended up eating at INDIA MAHAL - where the food was great, the people were nice, and the prices were PERFECT. Our total meal came to less than $35.00 - and this included 2 apps, 2 entrees (including rice!!), naan, AND Taj Mahal beer.
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