Bombay Club beams authentic subcontinental cuisine directly into the mouths of Massachusetts's midnight children. Owners Vinod and Shikha Kapoor’s menu encompasses India’s many culinary regions, including the Kapoors' own Punjab region, with a variety of dishes freshly made from the exotic Indian ingredient of "scratch." Lay out bread-beds in your stomach for visiting food with Bombay Club's specialty naan ($3.25), which comes with your choice of garlic and cilantro, roasted poppy seeds and cantaloupe seeds, or fresh basil topping. From there, the menu turns into a garden of forking paths for your path-fork. Adventurous archaeologists can excavate the spice-and-sauce staple that is tikka masala for artifacts of paneer cheese ($14), chicken ($14), fish ($16), lamb ($15), or seafood ($18). For something sweeter, crack into the coconut-flavored curry dish of malabar, available in a chicken ($14) or fish ($16) variation. Otherwise, feed your inner Josh Rogan with the lamb rogan josh ($15)—tender pieces of lamb accented with onions, ginger, garlic, and yogurt.