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About The Bombay Club Martini Bar & Restaurant
Join us to liven up any night of your week! The one and only Bombay Club hosts live performances every single night of the week. Catch some of the best live jazz music New Orleans has to offer with your favorite martini in hand!
The bar is well known for the best martini selection in town - single malt scotches, ports, and reserved bourbons.
Aside from our vast list of specialty crafted martinis, The Bombay Club features a sophisticated menu that uses only the freshest locally sourced ingredients.
New Orleans, LA 70112
Creole, Bar / Lounge / Bottle Service, British
Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri | 4pm to 7pm
Sat - Sun | 3pm to 7pm
Mon - Thurs
Dinner | 5pm to 10pm
Bar | 4pm to 12 am
Fri - Sat
Dinner | 5pm to 11pm
Bar | 10am to 1am
Dinner | 5pm to 11pm
Bar | 10am to 12am
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Featuring New Orleans Jazz Entertainment
No onsite parking, street parking and paid lots in the area
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Entertainment, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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The Bombay Club Martini Bar & Restaurant Ratings and Reviews
Food very good but not quite the value for the price. Atmosphere is fabulous. Service disjointed and not to par with the history of the restaurant. No salt & pepper on the table, none offered. Ordered a salad for 2 (the only one on the menu) but not given salad plates, used small app plates that were brought for our apps. No ground pepper offered for the salad. No salad fork or knife brought. Aprox 6 different staff stopped by to see if we needed anything during our salad/app course but once the entree was served we saw our server once. Food is good but the menu is extremely limited. There is one salad choice, one style of chicken, one, steak, one fish and so on. Two items for dessert. I really was not inspired by the menu but I wanted to share the great ambiance with someone.
Wonderful little Speakeasy vibe in this charming French Quarter bar/restaurant. We went during Mardi Gras for a late night dinner (kitchen closes at 9:45pm) and were charmed from the moment we walked in. Wood paneling, piano player in the bar/dining room, lots of character. The wine list is varied and well priced. They have a nice bar (but even during MG it wasn’t crazy noisy). We ate in the dining room; but heard the piano perfectly. They have a small dance floor. I wouldn’t come here specially for the food, which is a limited/small menu, (I was able to get a Ceasar salad). But, it’s great for drinks/ wine and a small bite.
We had a group of 12 people in town for a convention. They had everything ready for us and were patient even when a few of our group were late. The whisky menu is great and they have several other selections not listed if you ask. The food was really good as well. Several of us went back the next night just to have drinks.
Loved the brunch. Definitely going back!!!! My daughter and I had a great brunch, before the theater. The food was delicious and the serving size appropriate. We loved the quiet atmosphere and all of the attention we received.The host said he was actually waiting for us and called us by name. Josh was our server and he was so friendly.
Everything was perfect. Easy to make reservations. We were welcomed on arrival & seated immediately. Our waiter was very well versed in the wine list, the beer selection, craft cocktails and the menu. His recommendations were excellent! The food was amazing and the music was lovely. We never felt rushed. We will return! Highly recommend
We really wanted to like the place, but probably won’t go back anytime soon other than to have a drink at the bar. We like the English club atmosphere as a change from usual French Quarter spots. The service was excellent. We were seated quickly, and our server was the right mix of friendly and professional. Unfortunately the food just didn’t measure up. Of the 3 dishes we ordered, one was good but nothing to brag about (the boudin scotch egg), one was average at best (the fish and chips, with fish so soft as to be unappealing), and one was not good at all (the gnocchi of the day, with over cooked, flaccid gnocchi and a pesto with so much raw garlic that it overpowered all the other flavors—I still had garlic on my breath the next morning 12 hours after we ate and 2 toothbrushing later). The location and the service staff deserve a kitchen with better food.
We were there for New Year's Eve dinner. We were sat directly across from bar. People standing at bar made it very noisy for what we thought would be a somewhat quiet dining experience. Small portions on plate for the price of the 3 course meal.
We would probably return for the music.
Service was impeccable, food was fantastic, we would of loved to try the entire menu! Drinks were perfect! Close to everything and anything. We would certainly recommend this place for almost any occasion you are having. The service was extremely on point and I also give the staff kudos for actually walking me to the restroom and showing me where everything was located. Top notch restaurant to go to while visiting “The Big Easy” . We will be back!
Although my waiter made an attempt to rectify the situations that had arisen, it didn't override the lackluster experience. You could not get the happy hour small plates at the table, even when ordering dinner, when sitting at a table they do not honor the two-for-one cocktails that the hotels give out, they had changed the menu and discontinued items on the menu so that eliminated two items right off the bat and the third they only had one or two left. I had to ask three times for something, and that's after waiting 15 minutes for a server to come to my table to begin with. All this and never getting the martini menu. So I asked for a pomegranate martini and they didn't have that. So second choice was a cosmo and they could do that however these are small! Actually these are the smallest martinis I've had anywhere. Up side, No matter what I ordered it was delicious and the atmosphere is beautiful. 4:30 on a weekend. I intentionally went non-prime time. $70+ tab for one person. I was disappointed to not be able to get my food I wanted and I'm grateful that at least the waiter had mentioned it because I was deadly allergic to the change that they had made without putting it on the menu. No offer of dessert. Bad impression of upscale. I dine alone all the time and I've never really had this big of an issue and in many places and this type of service at the scale who's Beyond disappointing and with no rectification is unacceptable.
There was a mixup and we waited longer for our table than we should have, but we met the very nice trumpet player and some of his family, so it didn’t seem that long.
I didn’t like that they had no bread or roll service, while we waited for our food, but the waiter was gracious and brought our food promptly. I’d definitely return
We had a very attentive and pleasant waitress, who made our dining experience delightful. The ambience was formal yet comfortable and welcoming— a cross between a victorian era men’s parlor and a prohibition era speakeasy. We truly enjoyed our evening at The Bombay Club for Chriatmas dinner.
Our drink order was wrong and they didn’t take it off the bill. None of the appetizers came out at the same time, or the entrees or the side dishes. By the time someone came by to ask for condiments, the food was cold. No one brought out sugar with the espresso and it was cold by the time we could ask for it. The service was haphazard and inattentive. The food was was not great and it was very overpriced. When we asked for a manager, they didn’t apologize or adjust our bill. It was very disappointing.
Thought this may be a fun choice for dinner with my family of 4 (2 middle aged adults and 2 teenagers) based on prior reviews, but I think we could have done much better elsewhere. I particularly wanted to dine in a civilized joint while listening to some live jazz music (as advertised) but instead there was just one guy playing Charlie Brown Christmas songs on the piano. The place was basically empty but we were seated way in the back of the restaurant and could not see the lone piano player. My kids commented that they felt like they were in a old folks home dining hall, which is ironic considering Burbon St. was only s block away. Service was just ok, our second round of cocktails never arrived. The food was adequate, but not spectacular, and way overpriced (but that is expected being in a tourist area). In summary, I was very underwhelmed by this place (very dull vibe), but maybe it was just an off night.
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