Bombay Palace Fine Indian Csn

★★★★★
  • 2912 W End Ave

    Nashville, TN 37203

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  • 615-321-6140

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Sat-Sun 12pm-3pm, Mon-Fri 11am-2:30pm
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If Jesus, Buddha, Gandhi, and other greats asked, "Where shall we eat?", I'd recommend the Bombay Palace! The food is flavorful, the service impeccable, and the price perfect.

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★★★★★

If Jesus, Buddha, Gandhi, and other greats asked, "Where shall we eat?", I'd recommend the Bombay Palace! The food is flavorful, the service impeccable, and the price perfect.

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This is hands-down my favorite Indian restaurant EVER! The food is so magnificent-- I wish I could eat more than my stomach allots :) The buffet is awesome, fresh, plentiful, and a complementary mixture of dishes. The waitstaff is

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★★★★★

This is hands-down my favorite Indian restaurant EVER! The food is so magnificent-- I wish I could eat more than my stomach allots :) The buffet is awesome, fresh, plentiful, and a complementary mixture of dishes. The waitstaff is

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The service and food are exceptional. If a favorite Indian food or combination is not on the menu, ask if it available. Their staff is knowledgeable, friendly, and most helpful in describing any food you may be interested in ordering.

3
★★★★★

The service and food are exceptional. If a favorite Indian food or combination is not on the menu, ask if it available. Their staff is knowledgeable, friendly, and most helpful in describing any food you may be interested in ordering.

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I've tried every Indian buffet (including the overrated Woodlands) in Nashville, and this is the only one worth going to! I've been eating Indian for 20+ years all over the US and was vegetarian for 6 years so feel like I have a good understanding of what the typical US Indian restaurants serve.

The buffet has a great selection - typically 5-6 vegetarian options, 3-4 meat options, several sauces (ginger, raita, plum, etc.), jasmine rice, salad, rice pudding, and naan brought to your table. I've been 6 times and each time they have several regular dishes (dahl, some sort of pakora, etc.) and other new dishes. The food is seasoned well and not overly spicy. Love the dahl and chicken makhani! The only dish I keep hoping will be on the buffet is palak paneer (hint, hint...).

The staff is friendly and efficient. My only complaint is that it's usually quite warm in the restaurant, but it doesn't stop me from driving 20 minutes to go there every other month!

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★★★★★

I've tried every Indian buffet (including the overrated Woodlands) in Nashville, and this is the only one worth going to! I've been eating Indian for 20+ years all over the US and was vegetarian for 6 years so feel like I have a good understanding of what the typical US Indian restaurants serve.

The buffet has a great selection - typically 5-6 vegetarian options, 3-4 meat options, several sauces (ginger, raita, plum, etc.), jasmine rice, salad, rice pudding, and naan brought to your table. I've been 6 times and each time they have several regular dishes (dahl, some sort of pakora, etc.) and other new dishes. The food is seasoned well and not overly spicy. Love the dahl and chicken makhani! The only dish I keep hoping will be on the buffet is palak paneer (hint, hint...).

The staff is friendly and efficient. My only complaint is that it's usually quite warm in the restaurant, but it doesn't stop me from driving 20 minutes to go there every other month!

Pros: large selection (both veg and meat) on buffet, great service

Cons: turn up the air conditioning, please

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As far as I'm concerned, this place is a Nashville essential. OK, I've never been to India, BUT I did use to live in NYC and I ate at dozens of Indian restaurants. And while a couple may have been on par with Bombay Palace, I don't remember any of them being better.

In addition to serving food that is simply wonderful, the staff is always warm, friendly and relatively prompt. I say "relatively" because sometimes you might have to wait slightly longer than usual, but trust me, it's worth it.
Personally I love the Chicken Makhani and any of the Paneer dishes (particularly the Shahi Paneer) but I've never had anything there that wasn't really good to DAMN TASTY. Also, the lunch buffet is a terrific deal.

I'm getting hungry just writing this review.

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★★★★★

As far as I'm concerned, this place is a Nashville essential. OK, I've never been to India, BUT I did use to live in NYC and I ate at dozens of Indian restaurants. And while a couple may have been on par with Bombay Palace, I don't remember any of them being better.

In addition to serving food that is simply wonderful, the staff is always warm, friendly and relatively prompt. I say "relatively" because sometimes you might have to wait slightly longer than usual, but trust me, it's worth it.
Personally I love the Chicken Makhani and any of the Paneer dishes (particularly the Shahi Paneer) but I've never had anything there that wasn't really good to DAMN TASTY. Also, the lunch buffet is a terrific deal.

I'm getting hungry just writing this review.

Pros: Best Indian in Nashville

Cons: Sometimes wait is a little long (but not often)

Editorial from

Although it serves a value lunch buffet, Bombay Palace is at its best at dinner, when you can journey through dozens of dishes scented with almost otherworldly flavors. We suggest the lamb saag: tender cubes of meat with a rich, garlicky,…

 

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