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Posted by Matt B on 05/30/2013
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.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/03/2012
The food is always fresh and the staff is attentive without being overbearing. In midtown, it's rare to find a restaurant with clean white linens and a moderate price. Although the food has less spice/heat than I prefer, there is enough variety on the lunch buffet for everyone to find something they like. The atmosphere is pleasant for such a small space and perfect for conversation among a small group. After trying many other restaurants in the area, my friends and family have added Shalom Bombay's Kosher Indian brunch to their favorites list. Who knew?
Posted by Jon on 04/01/2012
Expensive and the food is not great. My beef dish ($19.95) consisted of small, fatty chunks in a ham-fisted, not very flavorful sauce. Not a satisfying meal for your money. Stick with the vegetarian kosher places around 28th Street.
Posted by vijay on 02/27/2012
I am east indian and enjoy really good indian food. just wanted to try shalom bombay but i have to be honest i was very disappointed as the names of the dishes are all indian but they dont taste indian at all hardly any spices. very bland taste. felt like somebody didnt make any effort to cook simply put it in tomato sauce and served. i dont eat very spicy food but i like enhanced flavor with little spice. waiter and service was nice but that doesnt make up for good food. in the end we thought to have indian masala tea that also they dont have. so why call this indian restaurant.?
Posted by Shiklut on 10/28/2011
It's hard to take a negative stand when their intentions are so noble. Yes, it's hard to find Indian kosher, but the food still has to taste good. I'm not kosher, but have to find such places for family, friends and business acquaintances all the time. So I can compare with the other Indian restaurants in the neighborhood, and the food here is definitely sub-par. The prices as well are much higher for what you get. If I really had no other choice for Indian, I would go here, but that means it's catering (pardon the pun) to a very limited demographic.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/09/2010
Food was good but over priced. They also left items out of my order. Hard to eat with no rice!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/27/2010
My wife and I are such big fans of Indian food, but it is so hard to find a restaurant with a good hechsher. Shalom Bombay's food and service were both fantastic. I highly recommend the place.