Chefs the wide world over have unsuccessfully attempted to imitate the Indian kitchen’s complex flavours, resulting in such fusion abominations as biryani borsht and lutefisk samosas. Today’s deal treats you to the splendour of the real thing: for $15, you get $30 worth of authentic Indian fare at Bombay Bhel in Burnaby.
Bombay Bhel concocts authentic Indian cuisine with rich flavours, earning it the honour of 2010 Best Indian Restaurant in Burnaby from the readers of Burnaby Now. Bring a companion to share in a bounty of mixed vegetable pakora fritters ($6.25) and the vegetarian paneer tikka ($9.95), or solely store your gourmet prize in your cheeks to savour through the weekend. Goan seafood curry showcases the delectable fruits of the sea ($16.95), while the biryani with saffron comes with your choice of chicken, beef, lamb, or goat ($14.95). A glass of red or white wine ($6.25–$9) will do the trick to warm the palate and mentally embalm the culinary delights of your evening.
Burnaby Now named Bombay Bhel Burnaby’s Best Indian Restaurant in 2010, and Georgia Straight featured the restaurant. TripAdivsors give Burnaby Bhel an average of four owl eyes and rank it #4 of 243 restaurants in Burnaby. Dine Here reviewers give the restaurant a 3.5-star rating, and 80% of 245 Urbanspooners recommend Bombay Bhel. > * The food at Bombay Bhel is very tasty, and with the Naan bread they serve, you should be leaving quite full. – Valdemar, Dine Here > * Everything is great, Chicken Tikka is my absolute favorite, once you have it, your [sic] spoiled forever. – LovestobandB, TripAdvisor
4266 Hastings St.
Burnaby, British Columbia V5C 2J6Get Directions