Bombay Indian Restaurant offers delicious and affordable North Indian cuisine prepared to Halal principles. Vegetarian and vegan options are always available.
Indian food in North Charleston? Yes! Until Bombay Indian Restaurant opened its doors, diners had to head West Ashley or Goose Creek for an all-Indian experience. Bombay offers authentic, delicious, and affordable Indian cuisine at 6216 Rivers Avenue – that's right, in the former Pizza Inn. As expected, several vegetarian and vegan options are available. And even better, it's not far from home.
We've dined at Bombay several times now and have yet to be disappointed. At lunch, a buffet and full menu are available. For $8.99, my dining companion and I dined on salad, Chaat, Basmati Rice, various condiments, breads, and unlimited drinks. Bombay's buffet includes three vegetable dishes daily. Vegans need to confirm dairy-free options. Dinner is a event at Bombay. Vegetable Korma, Paneer Tikka Masala, Biryani, Samosas, and an assortment of desserts and specials are vegetarian delights. All dishes are prepared according to Halal guidelines.
Bombay is open from 11 am until 10 pm Monday through Saturday and from 11 until 4 pm on Sunday. Catering is available and they have a Facebook page.
If you haven't tried Bombay yet, now is the time. Living Social has a 50% off dinner offer available through February 28. Those taking advantage of the deal will receive a $20 voucher for just $10. $20 for dinner at Bombay will go a long way.
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