|Cuisine Type |||Indian|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Parking, Wheelchair Accessible, Catering, Delivery|
|Pricing |||Less than $20|
|Payment |||MasterCard, American Express, Visa|
|Getting There |||King Streetcar|
|Cross Street |||Jarvis & Adelaide|
|Daily: Lunch: 11:30AM–3PM | Dinner: 5PM-10:30PM|
Profile Last Updated: June 26, 2008
This international restaurant chain originated in Montreal in the 1980s. Over the decades, it has perfected the process of maintaining an extensive menu while welcoming a steady clientele for the irresistible lunch buffet. The buffet is comprised of a variety of vegetarian, Tandoori and seafood specials. Fragrant spices and a wide variety of curries, vegetables and meat move through the Bombay Palace kitchen. Here there’s a commitment to producing low cholesterol dishes while retaining the flavors of the baked Punjabi cooking style. Items can be enjoyed in a casually upscale dining room or for take-out.
Fit for a King
Dinner is highlighted by a Royal Banquet Spread. The spread fills the table with plates of Tandoori Chicken and Chicken Tikka, Seekh Kebab, prawns, Lamb Roganjosh, Bombay Aloo, and a vegetable of the day, all designed for sharing. There’s also a traditional vegetarian meal, also known as the Sakahari Bhojan, served with homemade yogurt and freshly baked Paratha. Kebab lovers can indulge in the product of the sizzling grill, and starters or sides like pekoras, samosas, and onion bjajia ensure that no dietary inclination ever remains unconsidered.
For Iron Hearts
Ritoyan bread is baked inside the clay ovens at Bombay Palace, and is available stuffed with chopped chicken and herbs, cashew nuts and dried fruits, fresh cottage cheese and herbs, amidst other fillings. A menu section comprised of Seafood Vindaloo, Ginger Chicken Pepper Fry and Lamb Bhoona Masal is described as catering to the “iron hearted”, who’ll nonetheless taste the affection.