Bombay Palace offers reliable renditions of traditional Indian favourites. Bombay Palace has a wide range of Indian that can accommodate you. With a menu that is influenced by traditional Indian, you're sure to find what you want to eat.
Last order 39 mins before closing
64 Earlsdon Street
okra coated in rustic crispy indian batter and seasoned with homemade chaat
onion bhaji, vegetable samosa, paneer tikka, vegetable pakora & okra bhaji
flash fried with garlic and butter in chef's own juicy flavoured sauce
succulent pieces of tikka cooked in our signature, thick special jalfrezi sauce with green chillies, peppers and onions
bengal style chicken fried in garlic with peppers and onions, then cooked in a spicy sauce for a rich, hot flavour
We ordered a takeaway as we do most weekends but unfortunately decided to try a new restaurant we haven't used before "Bombay Palace" and would certainly not use them again. After 20 mins past the time our order was due to arrive we phoned the restaurant to ask if there was a problem and was told that our meal was on its way and had left 10 mins ago. 20 minutes later it eventually turned up barely warm. Awful service and certainly won't use again, we waited 85 minutes for our food and certainly didn't expect it to come after 10.30!!!
Food arrived on time. It was a large order and everything was there as ordered. The food was packed well. The flavours were good, but the textures were a little on the 'runny' side. The chutney tray (for 3 people) consisted of 3 small pots of a runny mango chutney and 3 small pots of a runny raita but only 1 small pot of lime chutney (Very hot!). The main courses were all very flavourful but again came with a lot of sauce. Rice dishes ans breads were very good.
This is so not Indian food. Chicken tikka masala was like Tomato Puree dipped in Utterly sweet sugarcane juice. Spicy Salmon tasteless, smelly tarka dal perhaps some out of data masala powder was used. Bhuna is supposed to mean roasted not boiled and mashed together...veg bhuna equally disappointing and tasteless
Good as usual. Fairly regular customers here (without reaching 'stalker' level) and generally very pleased with the quality of the food and prompt delivery. The option to customise is great as I was able to order Sag Paneer Jalfrezi - totally recommend this! Good value for money.
Although it was a long wait, (expect that on a weekend) food was lovely and hot. Great service, will be using again.
Superb food, fresh and tasty, always good.
Delivery arrived in good time, food was piping hot and very tasty. Highly recommended
A slight delay meant it took a while for the order to be done but as it was cooked to order it wasn't a big deal. Food was full of flavour rather than heat which was ideal for me, vegetarian options were good and portion sizes were excellent. As it was just round the corner the option to collect for a 25% discount made it awesome value too. Definitely a place to go back to again.
I placed an order and was told by Hungry House that it would be ready 35 minutes later, which seemed reasonable. When I arrived at the restaurant, they had never received the order as HH had failed to submit it to them, so I had to wait another half an hour for my food. This is not the fault of the restaurant but of Hungry House. I will simply phone my order through next time and cut out HH.
Excellent , Great value and premium service and Quality of food.
Very pleased and will use again.
[RESUBMITTED]Yet again a first class selection of curries.
Today's meal was not up to this restaurants usual standard. Sashlick had not been in the tandoor and arrived without any salad and raita, mushroom bhaji tasted like it had been warmed up, naan bread was cold. I will think twice before using again.
Fast delivery, food hot and tasty. Great value for money. Shall be using again
Have eaten at the restaurant and had great food and am pleased to report takeaways are just as delicious. Good value, good portions and great flavours. 25% off price as we collected it, and time given was accurate, no waiting around. Definitely using Bombay Palace to eat in or out again.