Manhattan, Midtown Service:Restaurant, Takeout, Catering Cuisine:Indian Category:Meat, Fish, Vegetarian Supervision:OU Features:Lunch Specials Price range ($) Address:344 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10016
Phone:212 922-0224 www.shalombombay.com/ Opening Hours:Lunch: Sunday - Friday 12:00 Noon - 3:00pm Dinner: Sunday - Thursday 5:00pm - 11:00pm Saturday Nights: Open 1 Hour after Shabbos (Late Fall and Winter Only)
About Shalom Bombay Kosher Restaurant:
Shalom Bombay is one of the most unique and talked-about Kosher restaurants to hit the tri-state area in years. Our new Manhattan location comes to you after years of feeding happy diners in Teaneck, NJ. We offer fine dining with an extensive menu of delicious Indian Cuisines.
Our eclectic menu features a range of culinary delights which includes Mughlai, Non Vegetarian, and Vegetarian food, using exotic Indian spices. At Shalom Bombay, you get a unique dining experience and you can taste what everybody is raving about.
Our ala carte menu has new levels of culinary excellence featuring old favorites and several new dishes including healthy choices prepared in olive oil, and also spiced mild medium or tailored to your taste.
Reviews & Comments
Simply put, Shalom Bombay blew me away. Their meals were always delivered on time and were fresh, warm and tasty. They have many food items to serve you, so you won't have to be the same everyday. I was concerned that it wouldn't be enough food (small portions), but it was exactly the opposite. I live a busy life. I am always trying to stay healthy and Shalom Bombay helps me to reach my goal . I definitely recommend Shalom Bombay for it's excellent service. Long live Shalom Bombay.
Excellent food, great price for lunch buffet (14.95), easy to get a table and takes reservations. Their buffet has tandoori chicken, two vegetable dishes, fresh salads, lentils, basmati rice, various mouthwatering chutneys, skimpy on desserts (which is fine for me for Indian food) and prompt service.. They fill waters fast, come around with tandoori often enough, as well as naan. Their vegetarian dishes are AMAZING. I never order vegetarian dishes when I eat Indian but this place makes a great vegetarian item. The Vegetable Kofta Curry I had the first time was good, and the Baingan Bharta was also great. Overall, for Indian food in an area full of it, I think Shalom Bombay is one of the best.