*Full disclosure, I totally stalked their website and a few others so I would have an idea of what was in each dish.
For lunch, Bombay Bistro has a buffet and I'll admit it was kind of daunting. While I stepped back to let it all sink in, the owner suggested I put the rice on my plate in a cross/plus sign, so that the sauces wouldn't touch. Good advice!
|Starting from upper left, clockwise: Dark Mahkni, Butter Chicken Curry, Chickpeas (Chana Masala?), Tandoori Chicken|
My other favorite thing:
MMMmm Naan. I could eat buckets of this stuff. Fresh and warm, it was perfect for sopping up the spicy butter chicken curry sauce.
One thing that we both noticed was a lack of color. Everything seemed to have a reddish brown hue, but since this was my first Indian experience, I don't know if it's typical. While I don't know if I would go to Bombay Bistro again, it has opened my eyes to the world of Indian food and I will definitely try that again.