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About Bombay Palace - Beverly Hills
At Bombay Palace we have aspired to bring to your table a menu that reflects the cosmopolitan culture and culinary specialties Of Northern India. Serving Indian food in the Beverly Hills area for 24 years.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 3:00pm, Saturday - Sunday: 12:00pm - 3:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Call Deep at 310-867-3959 for estimate
Parking lot located behind the restaurant on Hamel St
La cienega or Robertson
Private Party Contact:
Deep: (310) 659-9944
Corkage Fee, Delivery, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
All you can eat Lunch Buffet
Mon - Fri 1130am - 3pm
Bombay Palace - Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
The Bombay Palace at Beverly Hills is the best Indian Restaurant I have been to. The food is incredible, the ambiance is fantastic and the location on Wilshire boulevard close to Rodeo Drive is perfect. The restaurant owner was extremely hospitable and friendly. Not to miss restaurant in LA area. I would recommend the tasting menus. Good selection of wines and Indian beers.
Excellent! My dining partner had never been there before, so it was nice to experience it through his fresh perspective and also order out of my usual comfort zone. He eats Indian food a lot, and said this was the best he had had in a very long time! The Kashmiri Pulau (rice) is a bit -- but not too much -- on the sweet side because of the fruit in contains, and quite delightful. It pairs brilliantly with just about any main dish, but especially the super hot ones. We had it with the Bhooni Hui Machi (made with salmon), and Saag Paneer -- both delish. Service seemed to be at its friendly, gracious best that night too. Happiness all around!!!!
Really bad experience from the staff that recommended us a really expensive but cheap bottle of wine out of the menu and when we complained he became extremely upset and rude even to the extent of telling us blatantly that we did not know anything about wine. We kept our cool as we had guests with us but he kept on coming back to make us feel even more unwelcome. The restaurant still charged a part of the cost of the wine which we paid but the whole experience was really bad. We would not recommend anyone to go to this place because of our bad experience.
I had been to Bombay Palace in the past and quite enjoyed it, but it had been a while since my last visit. When I found myself in the area again recently, I was happy to return. This time it seemed better still. My choices were pretty straightforward: the Veggie Samosas, followed by Chicken Bhuna and Sag Paneer, with Plain Nan. Well it was heavenly! The decor hasn't changed -- nor should it have. It's clean, beautiful serenity is perfect. Service also, was warm and gracious -- and as I was dining alone, that was especially appreciated. I'm definitely looking forward to my next visit!
This is the most expensive Indian Food I've had in LA, and I was skeptical because I've had some really good Indian Food for a lot cheaper, so it didn't seem like the sort of cuisine that needs to be upscale to be good. But it was actually better. There were things on the menu I haven't seen elsewhere, and the food was excellent. The lamb was melt in your mouth tender, all the spices on all the dishes were amazing, and the service was friendly and helpful. At the end of the meal, the server let us sit and chat for an hour with no pressure to leave, which is unusual in Los Angeles.
One of my colleagues was vegan, and there were plenty of options for him to eat, with the exception of dessert. I was very happy with the meat options... so a very good choice for mixed vegan/vegetarian/carnivores.
Beautiful tables and intriguing decor, excellent Indian food, good service by a very friendly and helpful server, fairly priced. We went as it is walking distance from The Writers Guild Theater and we were on a dinner break, and we couldn't have been more pleased by our decision.
I love everything about this restaurant. This is my go-to place for real authentic indian food. The staff is friendly and treats you like family. They are all warm and welcoming, and make sure that each guests is satisfied. I will return here again and again.
A 25 year old new discovery. Driven by this place for years and years before an Indian friend introduced us to this truly gourmet fare a few months ago.
We browse the menu to jump start our tastebuds and then ask the owner to make final recommendations for us.
Each dish is uniquely prepared with distinct flavor profiles and all are unique and fresh. Portions are not large so order a couple more dishes than you might otherwise. Puts the meal on the pricey side, but definitely worth it.
It also looks like they do a huge take out and delivery business. Enjoy!
Friend of mine from India told me that Bombay Palace is by far the best, most authentic Indian restaurant in Los Angeles. As someone who has never been to India all I can say is that by any standard Bombay Palace consistently serves great food, prepared with care, and served by gracious servers. Favorites include chicken dishes (both prepared in the Tandoori oven or in traditional stews), all of the lamb dishes and the fantastic breads.
The Bombay Palace is now my favorite Indian restaurant. I was greeted with extremely friendly people. The seating was comfortable with candles on the table. The restaurant was relatively quiet so I didn't have to raise my voice to be heard by guest. The food was amazing. Fresh, original ingredients, original sauces and just delicious. I highly recommend the Bombay Palace
This was my second time at Bombay Palace. The food is outstanding, easily the best Indian I've had in LA. The personnel are very nice. BUT it's quite pricey, and even worse, after this second time, the service is simply atrocious. Even though the people are kindly, they are inattentive and absent, take forever to take orders, and the time to be served the meal is beyond inexcusable. I can't say that I'll never go back, because the food is so darned good, but I will certainly hesitate, and I couldn't recommend it to anyone without giving them this explanation. I don't think I will be able to convince my wife to go again. Really a shame, and it's hard to tell why, because they never seem to be all that crowded.
Dinner was early, 6:30pm on Saturday. Party of 2 and the only ones in the place. After being seated for 5 minutes a family of 4 came in. Their order was taken before ours was, and we waited so long, we had to flag them down for our order. Don't know why, no one else came into the place. Overall fine. We enjoyed the wine and the food.
The venue is medium size to small, with tables close together. It was not busy when we went there , except for a large party, so it wasn't a big deal, but it was busy, it could get cozy. The service was good, the server, manager and hostess all were very nice and friendly and had some suggestions for dinner. The naan was great, the tandoori platter was great and the lamb in sauce was good as well. We took 1/2 home for lunch the next day. The dessert, carrot cake was more of a steamed pudding, but that could be a british thing. It was good and a different take on something I like. One thing was pointed out to me was the condiments were a community shared dish - since we don't know who's been using that before, an individual portion might be better.
We've eaten at Bombay Palace for several years, & the food & service are always excellent. We live in LA part time, so we eat there only about 4-6 times each year, but the owner & waitress always remember what we drink. We particularly enjoy all the lamb entrees, especially the saag, tandoori & vindaloo. All the veggies are excellent, too.
server seemed nice--we discussed our expierences in India, food came, but my dal wasn't vegan, so I let go of that, no biggie, just unpleasant in a south indian restaurant, --- i always mention vegan, but maybe i forgot...it's possible.....
then, a couple big Indian groups came in...........and being white, we hadn't so much as another glance as to how our meal was going, what we needed---yes, and with a ticket of over $100 between 2 people.
servers swooped around the other tables without a glance towards us
I mentioned this, and was totally blown off and the server said she had stopped by. Some of it is you want to feel a part of the environment. We had paid for 2 nan's, but when big trays came around no one cane to our table, etc.
so what I felt didn't matter to her at all........
as a decent person, i would alwasy included white people or any colored people in my parties and my dinners, never treating anyone differently,
but i feel being white there was enough for game over for us
disappointing experience for one of a couple lf nights in AL
and sad because i won't go Indian without thinking twice first
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