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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Bombay Palace

30 W. 52nd St. (Sixth & Fifth Aves.) Send to Phone
212-541-7777
Feast like a king at this popular Midtown spot, known for its superlative (and sometimes spicy) Northern Indian delights.
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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Bombay Palace Restaurant Review

: The Bombay Palace remains an avatar of the spicy complexities of Moghlai cuisine, originated by nobles in the north of India. In the several decades since Sant Chatwal created this roomy, paneled duplex and set palates a-tingle, its skilled kitchen crew has kept it in the forefront of the tandoori crowd. If service is sometimes erratic, guests may pass the time admiring a large and somewhat out-of-place fish tank populated by colorful marine life not on the menu. Bombay Palace food is always a marvel of balanced heat and fascinating textures. Delicious, but truly incendiary is the vindaloo curry blend on the lamb. To ease the impact of the genuine article, sip the smooth yogurt drink lassi, or nibble at good Indian breads and a fine rice dish such as vegetable or chicken biryani.

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