The Bombay Club Restaurants in Washington DC

The Bombay Club Restaurant Washington DC

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The Bombay Club Restaurant Washington DC Piano bar, good atmosphere and great food. You’ll have a nice time here! The restaurant offers a luxurious vibe without high prices. I definitely recommend trying it out if you enjoy Indian cuisine.

  • Name :  The Bombay Club Restaurant
  • Worktime : , , 11:30AM–2:30PM, 5:00–9:15PM
  • Type :  Indian food restaurant
  • Assessment :
  • Prices : $$$
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The Bombay Club Restaurant Address :

815 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20006،

The Bombay Club Restaurant Phone number :

+12026593727

Best seller :

corn kebab
Curry Lamb
Chicken Makhani
green chilli chicken
Cardamom Ice Cream

The Bombay Club Menu :

The Bombay Club Restaurant Menu

The Bombay Club Restaurant Menu

The Bombay Club Restaurant Menu

The Bombay Club Restaurant Menu

Visitors’ Comments :

comment 1 :

An elegant setting for a great meal. My starter was the delicious Corn Paneer Kebab. The Railway Lamb Curry was lean and tender and the sauce was perfectly spiced for me. The Gulab Jamun was a refreshing ending to one of the best meals offered during Washington Restaurant Week.

comment 2 :

When one typically thinks of Indian food, they don’t think of fine dining. But, this idea is challenged at The Bombay Club in DC. in 1989, Ashok Bajaj came to DC with a vision and opened America’s first fine dining restaurant in the heart of Washington DC.

Mindblowing food and drink options. the Bengali Fish curry was superb and reminded me of the taste of fish curry in india. Great ambience and drink options as well. Will definitely be back here.

comment3 :

We started with two cocktails, good old-fashioned and a tale of two roses. Both were outstanding. For the appetizers, we decided to get a pappadum basket, paneer tikka, and lamb seekh kebab. The pappadum basket was a good mix of fried and roasted pappads, and it came with three chutneys; tomato, tamarind, and cilantro. The paneer tikka was succulent and super juicy, and the lamb seekh was melt-in-mouth (I usually do not like kebabs, but this one was hands down the best I have ever had).

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