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Posted by GK on 09/23/2008
Food is tasty, but expensive and you get truly teeny tiny portions. Frankly, it's insulting.
Posted by Anonymous on 06/15/2008
i expect more than three pieces of chicken in my chicken tikka masala for $14 an entree- really, why are the portions so small?
Posted by BombayTalkieFanBUT... on 05/30/2008
I love Bombay Talkie - the drinks, the food, the atmosphere, but have to agree with others - the portions are getting miniscule. I remember when the bhel puri was a beautiful conical tower. Last time I went it was in a small bowl. Same for the side dishes. I know we're a nation of oversized portions, but really...
Posted by Anonymous on 03/15/2008
always thought it overpriced, overhyped. ex-g/f (and current!) like it, but not this cowboy. its a fun place, but the portion size just always left me want, esp for the price.
Posted by ak on 03/09/2008
I've been to bombay talkie on multiple occasions with friends and family. Its a beautiful trendy indian restaurant, some thing that is pretty hard to find. But over the years, I have seen their portion sizes diminish to the point that recently, its become something of a joke. Their sides of chole, bhindi, etc come about to about 2.5-3 tablespoons. It is disappointing. The price is still the same and is high for the vegetarian sides they serve.
Posted by anonymous on 02/13/2008
We ordered delivery which they said would take 30 minutes and it ended up taking over 2 hours. In between we called back twice to check the status and they said it would arrive shortly. No apology, just "we're backed up" was offered as an explanation. When the delivery guy finally arrived he did not even apologize and actually came back to our door to ask for a tip! During the 2 hours we managed to order from another place, and had finished our dinner by the time the Bombay Talkie food arrived. Never again!!
Posted by Anonymous on 01/20/2008
Sleek and cool, it's the polar opposite of most Indian restaurants. Filled with the young and well heeled. Noise level high. Seating a little cramped and severe. Small portions and curt but efficient service. But the FOOD...well spiced and delicate. Bills itself as "Indian street food" but seems patrician and precious.