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Our first time at Bombay Club and we can’t wait to come back again and try more new dishes. Wonderful food and exceptional service.
Sitting inside on a rainy night was comfortable, elegant and safe. Plenty of spacing between customers and appropriate precautions by the staff. As always, the service was smooth and gracious, the food delicious and the setting and music create one of the loveliest dining experiences in DC.
Great ambience and food and service was excellent
We had a lovely lunch outside to celebrate a milestone birthday. The outdoor space was well organized and we felt safe.
Our dinner was amazing! From the Kale appetizer to our entrees, we thoroughly enjoyed the entire meal. I wish I could remember our waiter’s name...he was excellent!
My experience was excellent! The food was delicious and the service was very good. From the interior set-up to the pianist, the ambience was simply amazing. Would definitely recommend.
Sorry to write this, but the food was horrible and the chicken inedible .
So shocked and disappointed .
Andre was so warm and helpful. We had a great time.
Quality was fine, but given the price portions were very small. No rice accompaniment with curries. Ambience seemed very formal to me.
Best Indian cuisine in The District IMO. Authentic and tasty,
Exquisite Indian cuisine in a sophisticated environment with superb service. As a DC local for over 20 years, The Bombay Club is favorite that has lasted the test of time.
Excellent in every way. The food is fantastic. Wonderful attention to detail
Always cheerful greeting and excellent service and food is very good.
Food was great overall. My companions received beer that was barely cool, but a quick word to the bartender remedied that. We had trout and lamb, both of which were delicious. (Actually, we got a second order of the lamb, too, which was better than the first. The first order had been overcooked and was tough.) Our order of naan and chutney was supposed to come before the entrees but did not. When it did arrive, it was tasty.
The service was not up to par, but our waiter had been there only two days and the holiday weekend crowd had the staff stretched to its limits. Even the maître d' and manager were waiting tables. An obnoxiously loud (and obviously intoxicated) group seated behind us made more noise than the rest of the crowd combined. We asked the staff a half-dozen times to say something, but there was not much to be done. Because of all the service issues, I’d hoped that something would be taken off our bill (which did not occur), but we did receive a couple free desserts, which were a nice treat.
The pianist at the baby grand was very good and I enjoyed chatting with him a couple times, including when he came over to our table.
We plan to visit again on a less-busy weekend.
Went for restaurant week. There were two dinner menus that offered a really wide selection of food choices for prix fixe. Everything was well seasoned and beautifully presented. The naan was well made- pillowy was the word that came to mind. Had the duck kebab, fish curry and sticky coffee- date had shrimp roast, lamb chops and crepe brûlée. And cocktails were delicious! I had the Rose drink and the G&T, but will try more next time. everything was well seasoned
I'd like to give the restaurant a Covid "pass," but not one dish was good. The duck kebab turned out to be minced meat (not so indicated on the menu) with no duck flavor -- it could have been any meat -- and not much taste other than spicy. The mango shrimp appetizer was so-so at best, a bit better than the cilantro shrimp entrée, which were large shrimp but very overcooked, dry and not worth eating. The Andhra chicken curry was no better than at any mediocre (and more modestly priced) Indian restaurant. A total disappointment.
Fantastic service, flavorful food, need I say more?
I've always heard great things about Bombay Club and decided to try it out with a couple friends for restaurant week. We were not disappointed. I had the Avocado Sev Puri, Kashmiri Roganjosh (Lamb dish that came with rice and naan), and chocolate sticky toffee pudding. I enjoyed all three choices. The appetizer had a familiar sweetness to it and the lamb was seasoned well and was very tender. The server was very attentive without overdoing it. My friends had the fish tikka and shrimp curry which they enjoyed as well. I'll definitely be back.
Everything was great! Start with the Kale and get the lamb chops
Absolutely one of the best Indian restaurants in DC, and the drinks and atmosphere just make it my absolute favorite! Thanks and keep it up!
Had dinner here during restaurant week. Both menus were excellent as was the service.
The banana creme brûlée lacked flavor otherwise everything else was spot on.
Fabulously delicious dinner!
I've been dining here for almost 20 years and it's always such a joy! Excellent food, service and ambiance. It's a triple threat!! :)
Bombay Club is my favourite Indian in DC, I also prefer to clubby feel of the room to their sister restaurant Rasika. Service here is not to be outdone and the comfortable room, elegant decor and nightly piano make it perfect for conversation. I love here.
It’s a must every time I’m in DC! You won’t be disappointed.
Food was superb and extremely flavorful. Service attentive but not overbearing. Great spot for a business meal - it's nice and quiet, perfect for conversation.
My wife and I each had different set 'Thalis' and both were excellent except for the Paneer Makhani, which I think is a lazy way to cook paneer and unhealthy to boot. But in other respects we enjoyed the food and the restaurant tremendously. Good quality at a reasonable price and not too noisy as many restaurants tend to be.
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!
Probably the one of the best places in DC for dinner. Great food, amazing drinks and great service.
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.
Bombay Club does offer delivery in partnership with Caviar. Bombay Club also offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (202) 659-3727.
Bombay Club is rated 4.7 stars by 4478 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.