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Posted by Ralph on 04/18/2008
I agree with John, the whole experience at this restaurant was very bad from the food to the service. Do yourselves a favour guys .... don't bother and go to somewhere else in Times Square instead. The Bombay Masala is in real need of a visit from Chef Ramsay !
Posted by John R on 04/02/2008
Having eaten here before on a few occasions, I returned to dine in this restaurant in December 2007. The food was not of the usual standard and the Tandoori Mixed Grill starter was burnt and very dry. The Chicken Vindaloo entree was just Vinadaloo sauce with hardly any chicken in it. The decor is appalling and the restaurant looks very run down and in need of refurbishment. The staff were quite abrupt and not attentive at all. Having eaten here before on my vacations to NYC from the UK and having had enjoyable and tasty food, this time I ended up with a very disappointing meal. I won't be returning to this restaurant again !
Posted by R. Jain on 10/04/2006
There are better choices of indian restaurants in this area. The Food was below avg., service poor and price high for what you get. The restaurant needs major renovation.
Posted by Wadood on 05/11/2006
The food was tastelss by native standards - maybe good for untrained taste buds. It was bland and expensive. The tea was cold and when I requested to make it warm, I was told that resturant does not have microwave and it was my fault to put cold milk(which was provided by the resturant) in the Masala tea. Great location though.
Posted by S F on 01/08/2006
One item with naan and beer was about $20 for a single person--good food, with a good but not overwhelming spice. Quantity certainly filled me up! Service was attentive but not pushing. Would recommend to anyone who is looking for good Indian near TimesSq. Chana Saag and RoganJosh recommended. Garlic naan also quite good.
Posted by C and C Lee on 11/19/2005
We no longer live in NYC, and one of the things we miss is Bombay Masala. True, the service is indifferent at best, especially when the place is crowded, but the food is not the Indian fare one finds elsewhere. Indian food is one of our favorite cuisines and we've eaten in many other places, but we always recall the food at Bombay M, esp. the crabs Bengal, biryani, huge pooris, and lamb dishes. Atmosphere is pretty good as well--we used to sit in front of the window in this second-story restaurant and watch the midtown crowds go by. When we visit NYC again, Bombay Masala will be on our list.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/14/2005
I just had lunch there. The food was good and the service was attentive. I'd go back there.