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344 Lexington Ave
New York, NY 10016 (Map & Directions)
(212) 922-0224

Cuisine:   Kosher, Indian
Location: Chelsea/W 30s > Chelsea
Website: www.shalombombay.com
Delivery: Yes Attire: Casual Reservations: Yes
Wifi: No Parking: Alcohol:
Good for Kids: Outdoor Seats: No Payment: Credit Cards Accepted
Hours: Mon-Fri: 12pm-3pm-Lunch, 5pm-11pm-Dinner, Sun: 12pm-3pm-Lunch, 5pm-11pm-Dinner

User Reviews for Shalom Bombay
victoriaparkinson posted on 06/06/2013
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Tonight was my second time at this new Indian Kosher restaurant. I am generally not impressed with the quality of kosher restaurants in NYC, but Shalom Bombay goes above and beyond the others. They are very passionate about the food they prepare and the service they provide. On both visits, they went the extra mile to make sure my experience was pleasant and my food outstanding. So far I have tried the Chicken tikka naan, Tandoori mix kabab and lunch buffet with my friends, both were far better than other kosher NYC restaurants. Prices are very affordable, ranging from $20 to $30 for a beef/lamb or chicken items, they offered lunch buffet $14.95 per person which is also amazing. Shalom Bombay is a Indian Kosher gem in Manhattan. I highly recommend it.
williamhurt posted on 06/05/2013
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Shalom Bombay's catered for my 23rd birthday party and I gotta say, the food was the life of the party (thought that was supposed to be me?!)! After searching for months for the perfect catering place that would offer the kind of food I wanted (Indian kosher, a mix of vegetables and meat - comfort food basically) at a price that wasn't going to force my family to take out a second mortgage, my mom found Shalom Bombays's and I couldn't have been happier! Talking to them was super easy and they made me feel really relaxed and comforted about my food and for that because I was already stressed over my head with everything else! All in all, they really helped make my party a success and I am so thankful for his employees. The food was divine, everything from the vegetarian dishes, nans, chicken samosas to the lamb kofta curry was so good. The lamb cofta curry was amazing and was probably my favorite dish! I highly recommend Shalom Bombay's, they're an incredible Indian kosher restaurant with superb customer service and jaw-droppingly good prices!
paulataylor posted on 06/05/2013
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If you are in Manhattan and you like Indian food, go to SHALOM BOMBAY! I repeat, go to SHALOM BOMBAY! My mother is the best Indian cook I know, but this place might actually top her cooking. I really love their rich menu, I am a big fan of their Beef Do-Piazza/Madras, Chicken Tikka Kabab. Also, believe it or not they have more than 20 vegetarian dishes. Service was also excellent. We were in Manhattan for 5 days and ate here three days in a row. I am usually reluctant to eat in Indian food out because I feel like it is too Americanized in taste, but SHALOM BOMBAY seems to have the right ingredients for everyone. My husband, who is not of South Asian descent, loved the food there too. We can't wait to go back !!!
mattbrown posted on 05/30/2013
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Simply put, Shalom Bombay blew me away. Their meals were always delivered on time and were fresh, warm and tasty. They have many food items to serve you, so you won't have to be the same everyday. I was concerned that it wouldn't be enough food (small portions), but it was exactly the opposite. I live a busy life. I am always trying to stay healthy and Shalom Bombay helps me to reach my goal . I definitely recommend Shalom Bombay for it's excellent service. Long live Shalom Bombay.
Ericfreeman posted on 05/29/2013
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Excellent food, great price for lunch buffet (14.95), easy to get a table and takes reservations. Their buffet has tandoori chicken, two vegetable dishes, fresh salads, lentils, basmati rice, various mouthwatering chutneys, skimpy on desserts (which is fine for me for Indian food) and prompt service.. They fill waters fast, come around with tandoori often enough, as well as naan. Their vegetarian dishes are AMAZING. I never order vegetarian dishes when I eat Indian but this place makes a great vegetarian item. The Vegetable Kofta Curry I had the first time was good, and the Baingan Bharta was also great. Overall, for Indian food in an area full of it, I think Shalom Bombay is one of the best.

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