Boston >Food & Dining > Bombay Club
Not Recommended. This was on Sunday Afternoon, i have not seen this place in weekdays so i cannot comment for other days. Place was dirty, food all over the carpet and tables were sticky. Sunday Buffet was very bad, only good food was dosa. To get bread we had to wait for 45 minutes, every waiter is eager to bring the check not bread or water. Please treat all your customers equally.
Mmm... yummy. I'm always pleasantly surprised at how good and how fresh the food is at Bombay Club. It's a favorite spot, but I always enjoy it more than I remember. The mataar paneer is silky smooth and flavorful. I love the fresh dosa, and the chaat station cannot be beat. I highly recommend it here.
Best lamb dish ever ... polite service too. Bombay Club is still the best Indian food in Cambridge ... went back after a long time and was surprised to see a quite a few Non-Indian staff. We were seated immediately and the we decided to try the lamb chops - barra kebab the waiter recommended and ofcourse the Chicken Tikka Masala. The lamb had the best marination I ever tasted and the Chicken Tikka Masala was just like I remember it. The best Indian food for sure.
Poor, indifferent service; food was bland.. I was very disappointed in my most recent visit to this restaurant. Service was very slow and indifferent. Food was warm at best and very bland. You're paying for the location. I would never go back to this restaurant. It took a long time to get the bill because the waiter was looking around for a pen. The one he had ran out of ink. Everything about the place is inferior except the location.
Horrible Service. It has horrible buffet. The al-a-carte is nice but it has got the most unfriendliest people in any restaurant I have been to. I would any day recommend Tanjore to Bombay Club since they have good service, good food and more quantity then Bombay Club. I would not go to any restaurant if they think they are obliging us by servicing us food.
horrible food... what happened?!!.
we used to go to this place every month. that was 7 yrs ago. then i moved.
now that i moved back to boston, i had an opportunity to revisit my favourite restaurant recently, and i was horrified. first, the price -- almost $15 for chicken tikka masala!
then the food itself. i'm not exaggerating when i say that this was the worst chicken tm i've ever had. the sauce was totally bland. the chicken had a horrible texture like boston market at its worst. i was dining with 2 friends and they both said the sauce tasted like ragu. their dishes weren't much better. all three of us are somewhat of indian food connoiseurs and we know what good or even avg indian food tastes like.
i usually give 2nd chances. but i really doubt i'll return to bombay club. at such outrageous prices, it's not worth the risk.
Great place. I guess I've always received special treatment here, because I think this place has great food and was a lot of fun. The wait staff was always quick and curtious. The bar is great too. Mango mimosa or mango margarhitas give an uncommon twist to very common drinks. I will always enjoy the bombay club, not just for food and service, but for the price.
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