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About Bombay Club
The Bombay Club emulates characteristics of the old clubs of India. The elegant environment with pale pastels, ceiling fans, and a profusion of greenery is designed to create a warm and inviting gathering place for relaxation and regeneration. The cuisine is the finest of India, utilizing only the best quality ingredients to create a harmony of subtle flavors. Specialties prepared by Executive Chef Nilesh Singhvi, include tandoori salmon and green chili chicken. The sophisticated cuisine is enhanced by refine service and live piano music. Distinguished Restaurant of North America Award.
Washington, DC 20006
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:30am - 2:30pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:30pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 5:30pm - 9:45pm; Sunday Brunch: 11:30am - 2:30pm
Between H & I Streets
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live Piano music nightly beginning at 6:45pm.
Farragut West & Farragut North Metro Lines
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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We are pleased to offer three separate private dining options with seating for 10-110 guests.
Bombay Club Ratings and Reviews
This place is always outstanding. The starter that has paneer was out of this world. We also got the grilled seafood platter and the salmon was to die for and literally melted in your mouth. The shrimp was very well seasoned and cooked to perfection. All the curries we ordered were also very good. This place never fails.
We were at Bombay Club twice before. The last time was when Bill Clinton was our president. We just don’t make it to DC that often. It has always been a treat. We ate a lobster dish and a eggplant dish. The eggplant was spicy, went well with the lobster. We also had naan with pistachios which was delicious.
There was a lovely woman nearby at the piano who played music we were familiar with. Our waiter, Rinu, was excellent.
We will be sure to return again and again as we visit DC.
Went for a date here and received top of the line service. We had a wonderful waiter and the food was delicious. Fantastic experience and reasonably priced. Also conveniently located near the Capitol. I'll definitely be going back.
The ambiance of this restaurant was very nice, but unfortunately the food wasn't great. Our appetizers were delicious, but each of our meals had problems (e.g. one of our meals was very salty; the other two had an overpowering flavor of a particular spice ). Perhaps it was an off day in the kitchen?
We chose Bombay Club having been several times to their sister restaurant Rasika. I think this place is better - food just as good, atmosphere more elegant, and less of a crowd issue where you think you have to leave the table because others are waiting for it. Will go back again.
Beautiful, plush restaurant with delicious food and wonderful service. The fried Kale appetizer was amazing, as was every dish and morsel we tasted. It's unusual to find such refined and delicious Indian food in such a classic, quiet environment. We were a family group of 8 and everyone was delighted from age 18-84.
This is our favorite restaurant in Washington. The food is delicious, the drinks are inventive, and the service is impeccable. We dined their post-theater on Christmas Eve, and at the end of the meal, enjoyed the restaurant’s signature flaming Cobra Coffee. We also requested a round of Grand Marnier. Our server returned to apogetically inform us they were out. Moments later, we saw another server rush across the street to the sister restaurant, The Oval Room, and return with a bottle of Grand Marnier, snifters of which our server brought to us. It underscored our opinion that this is our favorite DC restaurant!
We had never eaten in the Bombay Club on a Sunday afternoon and did not realize that only a buffet is available. The buffet selections were limited and all seemed to taste pretty much the same. I enjoy Indian food and have been a long time fan of the Bombay Club, but have not dined there recently until now. I would not rate it as highly as the two other downtown Indian restaurants in the Knightsbridge Restaurant Group.
The food and service are both great! I personally don't much like the piano music, which tends to be flowery renditions of songs from the 1930s-60s, but I still go back for the food. The menu changes around quite a bit, so there is always something new to try.
One of our long-time favorites! The food is as good as ever. The dining room is more crowded and noisier than before but it is still possible to converse, although conversation is more difficult now. We think it is one of the loveliest dining rooms in DC, an important drawing card and an asset.
Our friend asked for ethnic and casual for her birthday dinner. We immediately thought of Bombay Club, which is casual but has an upscale feel. Our server was very helpful, explaining what terms meant and what the specialties of the house were. We loved the kale appetizer, the thalis, and the salmon. When we arrived around 7pm, the piano in the background was a lovely touch but by the time we left around 9 the increased number of patrons, coupled with the piano, changed the noise level from quiet to loud. The noise level toward the end of our meal was our only complaint.
Wonderful experience all around. From arrival to receiving the check everything was professional and smooth. Waiter had perfect knowledge of the offerings and made substitutions without blinking an eye...
Bombay has it right, and it's nice to count them to deliver perfection.
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