A flavorful restaurant, Bombay Kitchen serves spicy Indian fare. No need to miss out on Bombay Kitchen just because you are avoiding fat or gluten. The restaurant has tons of options that can accommodate your dietary needs.
Folks tend to dress down at Bombay Kitchen, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. Catering services are also available.
Your tab at Bombay Kitchen will usually run to about $30 per guest. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at Bombay Kitchen, so come by whenever it fits your schedule.
The cooks at Cool Breeze subvert many of the clichés of Indian cuisine, creating an all-vegetarian menu stocked with chaat—small-plate snack foods—as well as South Indian dishes. Diners can enjoy a multitude of curries and chickpea dishes, or dig into desserts such as Indian butterscotch ice cream.
The chefs at Paradise India Cuisine use traditional techniques and ingredients shipped directly from India to craft their dum biryanis. That kind of authentic touch spreads across their menu replete with classic fare such as Chettinad goat curry, lamb vindaloo, and chicken tikka masala. To add a modern touch to their feast-worthy collection of classic cuisine, they now cook up crab, variety of dosas and authentic indo-chinese items such as chilli chicken, manchurians and noodles, and fried rice.
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Made with clay, heated with charcoal, and designed to seal in deliciousness?Tandoor Indian Restaurant takes its name from the blazing-hot clay ovens used to create some of its most tempting dishes. Chicken tikka, seekh kebab, and tandoori shrimp marinate in the oven, imbuing the flavors of ginger, garlic, or spices before they combine with perfectly cooked rice. While tandoori oven meals may be the menu's main attractions, there are plenty of dishes for fans of the kitchen's many other appliances. Fish curry pairs seasonal seafood with a rich, spicy gravy, while tangy lamb vindaloo is a fine option for those who heard Lambchop's "This Is a Song That Never Ends" one too many times as a child.