Join us in celebrating Easter Sunday April 1st with brunch. Our spring brunch will be buffet for $35/person & $45 with bottomless champagne. Live jazz will be featured on piano; valet parking is available for $8/car.
Sunday, April 1, 2018
Excellent food and flawless service. We were pleased to see new menu items, some of which we sampled -- we'll be back for more!
Crispy kale was amazing as was the Goan crab starter. Mahkni chicken was very very good.
Amazing food, and better service. We came here for an 80th birthday dinner, and the staff was truly phenomenal. Perfect recommendations on appetizers and wine, and even on the entree for one of the more indecisive diners. Thank you for making this evening truly special!
The positive experience started at the reception desk, the server food recommendations were spot on in every category and the food was exceptional! Great ambiance and the piano playing was a perfect addition to the dinner.
I took my aunt and a family friend, both from Colombia, to Bombay Club for lunch. As always, PERFECTION all the way around!
This was the first time we visited this restaurant. We’re visiting with our grandkids. The food was great and service was excellent. Our server Rinu was excellent. He was very helpful and answered all questions. He was attentive and friendly. We will definitely be back when we are back in town.
We had another great dinner at Bombay Club. Mulligtawny soup, tandoori entrees, palak chat, and vindaloo. Excellent food great service.
It was mine and my friend’s first time at the Bombay club celebrating my birthday and it may be our new fave place in dc to dine. From the service to the live pianist and the food was phenomenal!
Wonderful service - very attentive from the moment I set foot in the restaurant. Food was delicious. One of my favorite meals in DC hands down. Can't wait to return.
I took a dear friend for lunch to celebrate her birthday. The restaurant was a perfect spot for this celebration! Good food, great service, and an awesome, celebratory atmosphere. We had a wonderful time together. The fabulous waiter topped off our celebration with a tall glass of champagne, topped off with ice, two scoops of delicious sherbet, and a lit birthday candle.
A charming experience and a delightful way to celebrate a special birthday!
Still the best restaurant in D.C. Fantastic and classy service. Wonderful food. Go there. Try the Bengali fish curry
The food and the service were top-notch. I try to go whenever I'm in DC with friends.
We dine at the Bombay Club at least one or two times a year, for special occasions and to entertain special guests. The food is always good, and the service impeccable. Expensive, but it beats the usual steakhouses with a different cuisine.
Food was average!
The quality of food served on Sunday brunch has definitely gone down.
As always food and service impeccable. Much noisier than in the past though. I was a little surprised to see people bring in infants and little children at 10 p.m. on a Saturday night . Very distracting for an elegant meal. Restaurant also needs to work on ceiling vents. Quite a strong, cold draft coming down along the back wall. Otherwise, is and always has been a wonderful restaurant.
I love this restaurant! Try the crisp kale, then let your waiter choose your entree. Everything is excellent.
We really enjoyed our anniversary dinner at the Bombay Club. The experience hit all of the marks for food, service, ambiance, and attitude. I look forward to returning the next time we are in town.
Overall the experience for the cost and the hype was bad. The table was so close to the buffet table that we would bump into the patrons. The taste was basic and spread was awful. It seemed to be a hurriedly set up menu. Nothing extraordinary. Its good for non Indians who don't know what Indian food is. Food in smaller Indian places are better tasting and have a larger spread.
There is no beverage accompanying the buffet. Basic spicy onions had no taste just plain chilly powder. Lamb was over cooked. The mong dal was bland. The Akuri bland and bit runny. The Butter Chicken was good though. Gulab Jamuns tasted of oil and were to soft. We spent half the time chatting without even looking for food.
Our fourth visit. Chicken Tika was salty and grizzly. A very common dish like this should be better prepared with top quality poultry. I can get a meal like this at any Indian restaurant at half the price. Appetizers ere good.
Delicious Indian food in DC, please go you will not be disappointed!!
Waitstaff a delight
Always enjoy going to Bombay Club for lunch or dinner. The food is fantastic. The interior is getting dated and could use some freshness. Martinis are wonderful. All and all great experience.
Appetizers- Sev puri very good
GOAN prawn a bit disappointing
Main - excellent fish curry with grouper and go I matar.
Cardamom rice dessert and mango creek brûlée very good.
Service attentive but not intrusive.
Very enjoyable overall. Would definitely return.
Very good food but a tad overpriced
A friend and I met at the Bombay Club for Sunday brunch. Although, the food was tasty, I felt it was limited. For 30+ pp, I expected a larger spread. The service was great and atmosphere was up to par. I do not plan to revisit for brunch, but may try them out for dinner.
Great food and excellent ambiance. Great spot for a date.
I love the Bombay club atmosphere. I've been there twice and the food has is very disappointing. For the price I expected better quality Indian food. There are restaurants in the DMV area that have much better Indian food at half the price. I expected Bhukhara quality food which I obviously didn't get.
Absolutely fabulous Valentines Day dinner! Food was creative, elegantly displayed, and delicious! Our waiter was attentive and unobtrusive and we will definitely return.
So wonderful. There was a live music on the piano. The food was so good and our waiter was amazing.
We had lunch in Valentines Day. Everything was ok until we ordered dessert. Ordering a creme brûlée at an Indian restaurant wasn’t the smartest move... the sugar was not burnt properly so it didn’t melt as it is supposed to. It was really annoying chewing the raw sugar so we couldn’t it. The server saw that we tasted it but didn’t eat it and he didn’t bother to ask if something was wrong with it. He brought the check and took away the whole dessert, he should have asked if we had finished or why we didn’t it it. I have to say the shev puri and chicken makhani were nice, but everything was ruined at the end.
Wonderful Valentines Day dinner. Service at Bombay Club always has great service and ambiance. It’s one of our favorite restaurants in DC.
Excellent service and customer-centered attitude. Food is always great, and I know Indian food. We particularly enjoyed the Crispy Kale appetizer and vegetarian dishes.
Visiting DC, and had the good fortune to be seated in one restaurant next to a local couple who seemed familiar with the food scene. They recommended Bombay Club. We changed some plans and went there. It was exquisite. We'd go back to DC simply TO RETURN to this restaurant.
Food nearly on pair with Rasika. Service presented well when it showed up, but waits for drinks and courses were unacceptably long and sans explanation.
The food, from the appetizers to the desserts, was absolutely terrific. Great spice combinations. Would highly recommend
The Bombay Club is one of the best appointed restaurants in DC with outstanding Indian food.
Enchanted evening with great delicacies.
It was a great experience! I’ve been several times and must say it is always good! The service, the food and the ambience (very old world colonial) are consistently excellent! Thank you!
Excellent food and service. Always happy with my experiences with Bombay Club.
One of my favorite DC restaurants never disappoints. Food is great and service excellent in a warm ambiance where one can easily converse without the hard surfaces common in newer restaurants.