Glowing inlets dot the white walls of Bombay Palace, revealing bronze figurines overlooking the plates of fresh Indian cuisine below. It's no wonder Zagat called Bombay Palace "a 'tried-and-true' mainstay since 1985." Dishes emerge sizzling from the charcoal oven as visitors start their dining experience with appetizers like seasoned potatoes and peas wrapped in pastry dough or classic naan. Entree offerings include chicken tikka masala, lamb vindaloo prepared in a fiery vinegar-based sauce, and vegetable dishes featuring cauliflower, lentils, or eggplant. Visitors can wrap up meals with rice pudding or creamy gulab jamun.