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My server made excellent recommendations. Loved the food as always. A regular visitor to the restaurant whenever in DC.
Great deal and atmosphere for a nice Sunday brunch.
We requested a special seating (not honored) and our waiter was attending to two other tables at the same time which did not allow him to not be rushed or attend to us at a proper manner. Food was decent.
We were a party of four and absolutely loved the food. Even my husband who normally doesn't like spicy fare loved the fish and other dishes. The paneer dishes were mouth watering, and so was the chicken biryani. Service was fine and the ambience was very nice. Will definitely be going back!
This was by far one of the best Indian restaurants I have ever eaten at. Wonderfully attentive staff and fantastic food.
Great spot for Indian food. It was nice and quiet earlier in the evening when there were few people in the restaurant, but got a bit loud toward the end of our meal. Still the ambience was nice and the food great!
I have had only the best experiences at the Bombay Club. It is one of the few DC restaurants where one can truly relax and enjoy superb food and impeccable service. A visit to the Bombay Club is like a mini-vacation. Strongly recommend the cilantro shrimp entree, thali platters, crispy kale and tandoori salmon entree.
Great meal, as usual. We arrived early to beat the Capitol Hill lunch crowd. The only downer was a loud table adjacent to ours engaged in planning their future careers.
Appetizers (First course) were great - very tasty. The main entrees were lacking in taste. The chicken tikka Makhani was flavorless you an Indian palate. The menu items are pre made and brought out immediately.
A very classy Indian restaurant; excellent service.
The food at the Bombay Club was good, not particularly special (except for the butternut squash samosa) though. We eat a lot of Indian food so we didn't find the Bombay Club to offer anything really different or especially flavorful. However the service couldn't have been better. Everything we needed was brought without even asking, and with a friendly vibe to boot! We loved the quiet ambiance too. So rare to find in D.C. All they need to do is step up the food a bit.
It was excellent, as always.
Great food, great service, and great atmosphere. It's on the elegant side, but has a nice array of appetizers and main dishes. It's usually important to make a reservation.
Went there for Dinner. Never had Indian food so bad. Food wasn't even warmed up. Felt like it was served from a Salad Bar. Naan should have been in the oven little longer to cook properly.
Don’t waste your time and money here. They ran out of Merlot. Only saving grace is the appetizers were good especially Cripsy Kale.
Update: Someone from restaurant reached out to me, promising to fix cold food issue. If they fix it, would try.
First time visiting and it was for a business lunch. Great service and ambiance. Food was 4 out of 5 stars. I was hoping that the truffle naan was more “truffle-y” and the squash samosas are good, but not great. However, I would definitely visit this place again.
One piece of constructive feedback: I did witness a server cough into the air instead of his elbow. In the era of novel pandemics, i recommend ongoing food and health safety training for staff.
Wonderful food served by a professional and attentive staff.
We really enjoyed The Bombay Club. I liked the dim lighting for dinner, the love piano music and the cozy and elegant atmosphere. The food was fantastic and cooked perfectly. We look forward to dining there again.
Always a first class experience. Great food, great service and wonderful ambience.
A real pleasure.
Excellent as always. Naan is perfect. Duck appetizer was great. Chicken tikka was exceptional. Rinu deserves special praise for his great service and recommendations.
Too noisy and tables too close for conversational dates
Amazing food, great service
Make sure to try the Masala Manhattan, the Lamb Vindaloo, and the Cilantro Shrimp (a Tandoori dish).
Always fun to eat here. Great food, vibe, design, and noise level is low enough that we could ave a real discussion. Just back from Bengal, so very nice to be reminded what a good restaurant this is.
I always like Bombay Club for its consistently well prepared food. This time was an exception, as the tandoori salmon and crispy kale were not up to the typical reliable preparation. Both were slightly underdone. Great service in a perfect setting.
As big fans of Indian food, we were a little disappointed with Sunday brunch. The setting is terrific and the food was good but not outstanding. The piano music was a bit jangling and discordant with the club atmosphere. Beter Indian food is available in the area at much better prices.
Food is excellent. Service was a bit slow. Atmosphere is a business-lunch, even at dinner.
The food at Bombay Club is consistently very good. Definitely some of the best Indian food in the Washington DC area. However, the service is inconsistent and generally not as good as it’s sister restaurants such as Rasika. The waiters at Bombay Club often seem to have too many tables making the service slow and the overall dining experience less enjoyable than Rasika or other higher end D.C. restaurants.
This was my third time at Bombay Club. I was expecting good quality in food considering the name of the chef. We were completely disappointed with the food. It was very low class. I will never visit there any more. If they improves and let me taste again... I will think again because sometimes this type of reviews work...
The server was not very friendly or accommodating. This was contrary to my prior experience at the restaurant
Excellent food. Great service.
Fantastic food from appetizers to main course! The service is impeccable and the restaurant is quiet. A wonderful meal.
I had a dinner last month and thought it was fabulous so booked lunch for my family and was disappointed at the inconsistency. I ordered the seafood thali. the salmon was pink raw, the shrimp was chewy and the fish in the curry was rubbery. so, overall disappointed.
I love South Asian food and was skeptical to try this restaurant. It went above expectations (especially for restaurant week) and the service was great.
High chair or booster seats needed
Good Indian food in a buffet style, but was nothing special.
It was a buffet. Potatoes dish should have been hit but served room temperature. Lamb, chicken dish each good. No random dishes provided. Cold chopped vegetables vs an Indian vegetable dish. Cost vs variety low. Would not partake in a Restaurant Week in the future.
Excellent service from the front door through the meal. Food was amazing.
The food was excellent. I went with some friends for restaurant week and we really enjoyed the experience. It definitely harkened back to old world dining with the live piano player and the white tablecloths.
We had a lovely evening at the Bombay club. Beautiful atmosphere and we loved the live piano music. The appetizers were the best I’ve had in a long time. The service was kind and professional but knew when to leave us alone. We will definitely be back.
I always enjoyed Bombay Club. Usually for the excellent brunch. This time it was a restaurant week dinner with friends. The place is as elegant as ever with a great piano player and good service. But the food was very bland and rather bland. As my Indian friend commented “cooked for the American palate”. That’s a mistake.