I never cared much for Indian food until Cafe Bombay. I have never had a bad meal there and Gigi and Geno are great guys and they run a great restaurant! My favorites are Chicken Mchanti and Josh Rogan. Give them a try, you will not be sorry!!
I travel extensively and Cafe Bombay is by far the best Indian Restaurant that I have ever experienced. I think it's the best kept secret in Bucks County. I've dined here many times and always had a consistently great meal.
I am a fish eating vegetarian and their Fish Tikka is amazing. Unlike most other Indian restaurants, it is made with Basa fish. Gigi the owner uses a South Indian recipe that is moist and delicious. Select your degree of spice on a scale of 1 to 10. Friends rave about the Tandoori Chicken and I keep wanting to delve more into their extensive vegetarian offerings, but can't get enough of that Fish Tika served with basmati rice whenever I visit. For newcomers to Indian food, Gigi can talk you through the best selections for your taste. Sometimes Indian food sometimes does takes a bit longer to prepare, so consider choosing among the many appetizers, while you wait. It is BYOB. They are located in quiet unassuming Bristol Boro, with convenient on street parking. They're a few blocks from The Bristol Riverside Theater and not far from the intersection of routes 413 and 13, easy to get to off Route 95. It is well worth the visit.
This Place is wonderful! Excellant Food, great and freindly service! Also if you are a newbie at Indian food they will ask you about your spice tolerence. Its very good! Check this great resturant out!
hi me and my friends where at cafe bombay last week. the food and service was excellent i will be back.this is the best indin food i've ever tried in this tri-state. the best thing is we can choose our own spicy scale of 1-10. yammyyyyyyyyyyy. i'll give u 5 out of 5.
I was in the area for about 10 days on a business trip. We managed to eat here 3 times, the food, service, and quality were so good.
A small restaurant with a comfortable atmosphere, BYOB, they're closed between lunch and dinner sessions. The menu features good descriptions of various Indian dishes, including what region they are from, etc. Plenty of vegetarian options, along with seafood, lamb, etc.
I'd recommend the Lamb Cardamom, and everything else on the menu. 6 or 7 is VERY hot/spicy (which I liked). They're very patient and helpful about questions about the cuisine.
I have been a regular at Cafe Bombay not only because of the excellent cusine and atmosphere but the service is second to none. The owner, Gigi, will see that your food is prepared to your temperature tolerance. This means rather than having Indian food being served to you either at SUPER Hot and OMG!, Gigi will ask you what level of spicy hot you like your meal on a scale of 1 to 10.
Personally, I prefer 4 on the spicy scale, which, to me,adds just enough zing to my dinner or lunch without making my toes curl or make my eyes water. Maybe someday I will venture into level 5 but not just now.
Another good measure of an ethnic cusines is the number of the ethnic people who frequent a restaurant. When I look for a Chinese restaurant I look for a restaurant that native Chinese choose to enjoy authentic Chinese prepared meals. Such is the case with Cafe Bombay you will find very satisfied guests who are native of India on a regular basis.
Give your taste buds a treat as you experience another culture.