Bombay Clay Oven

★★★★☆
  • 165 Steele St

    Denver, CO 80206

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  • 303-377-4454

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Monday To Sunday From 11:30 AM To 09:30 PM
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super delicious! sitar music on the weekends too. I had a great time.

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★★★☆☆

super delicious! sitar music on the weekends too. I had a great time.

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I just wanted to share with everyone that i have found the best indian food in denver. This place in cherry creek has the most favourful indian food ever. They have a good spread of buffet for lunch for very fair price. During dinner on

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I just wanted to share with everyone that i have found the best indian food in denver. This place in cherry creek has the most favourful indian food ever. They have a good spread of buffet for lunch for very fair price. During dinner on

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When this place is good, it's really good; but when it's bad, oh, dear.

I went for the lunch buffet today. The service was inattentive, as usual, but today I got the extra rude bonus of the server picking up the payment folder and actually SNORTING when he saw the tip I left (I left 25%!). He didn't ask if I needed change, didn't say thank you, didn't ask if I needed anything else (I was still eating); no, he just snorted.

The worst part, though, is that halfway through my meal I started to feel a little bloated. By the time I got home, it was obvious that I had a mild case of food poisoning. Probably the chicken in lukewarm cream sauce.

I'm sticking to Little India from now on. It's predictably good. The dramatic highs and lows of Bombay Clay Oven are more than I can take.

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★☆☆☆☆

When this place is good, it's really good; but when it's bad, oh, dear.

I went for the lunch buffet today. The service was inattentive, as usual, but today I got the extra rude bonus of the server picking up the payment folder and actually SNORTING when he saw the tip I left (I left 25%!). He didn't ask if I needed change, didn't say thank you, didn't ask if I needed anything else (I was still eating); no, he just snorted.

The worst part, though, is that halfway through my meal I started to feel a little bloated. By the time I got home, it was obvious that I had a mild case of food poisoning. Probably the chicken in lukewarm cream sauce.

I'm sticking to Little India from now on. It's predictably good. The dramatic highs and lows of Bombay Clay Oven are more than I can take.

Pros: the tandoori chicken smelled great

Cons: service, food poisoning

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Very poor and slow non welcoming service with "dont care attitude", probably because they would silently charge you a hefty 18 PERCENT GRATUITY on the Bill and still bring you a slip with an empty TIP Line. I bet most innocent people would give them the TIP without noticing the 18% gratuity charged already in the bill.

PARKING is another big problem there. Never going back.

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★☆☆☆☆

Very poor and slow non welcoming service with "dont care attitude", probably because they would silently charge you a hefty 18 PERCENT GRATUITY on the Bill and still bring you a slip with an empty TIP Line. I bet most innocent people would give them the TIP without noticing the 18% gratuity charged already in the bill.

PARKING is another big problem there. Never going back.

Pros: Not crowded like other good restaurants

Cons: expensive, poor service, sneaky 18% gratuity added to bill

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I never thought I was a fan of Indian food until we went here. Try the Tandoori Chicken or the Chicken Bombay - the lemon and mint grilled in the clay oven will completely change your mind. Delicious!

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★★★★☆

I never thought I was a fan of Indian food until we went here. Try the Tandoori Chicken or the Chicken Bombay - the lemon and mint grilled in the clay oven will completely change your mind. Delicious!

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I wasn't much of an Indian food fan until I went here for a friends birthday. I loved the atmosphere, very comfortable and welcoming and the food was delicious! The kadai I had was so yummy! And the naan, Mmmmmm. If you like hot, try the vindaloo, but be warned, it will light you up!

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★★★★☆

I wasn't much of an Indian food fan until I went here for a friends birthday. I loved the atmosphere, very comfortable and welcoming and the food was delicious! The kadai I had was so yummy! And the naan, Mmmmmm. If you like hot, try the vindaloo, but be warned, it will light you up!

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This restaurant specializes in the Moghlai style of cooking. The food is excellent. My husband loves the curries here and my favorite is the chicken tikka masala. The service is top-notch.

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★★★★★

This restaurant specializes in the Moghlai style of cooking. The food is excellent. My husband loves the curries here and my favorite is the chicken tikka masala. The service is top-notch.

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We went here for valentines day last year. I mean to write this then but writing now because yesterday we had really good Indian food as take-out from Little India reminding me of why I actually like Indian food.

The Bombay experience was terrible. The food tasted like its been premade days ahead and re-warmed. The raita, so simple, was runny and quite possibly gone bad. When I sent it back the waiter explained that the chef had gone for the day and this is what he had premade. It sucked in every aspect. That was just one dish out of an overall bad experience.

I would not recommend this place to anyone. Try Little India instead;)

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★☆☆☆☆

We went here for valentines day last year. I mean to write this then but writing now because yesterday we had really good Indian food as take-out from Little India reminding me of why I actually like Indian food.

The Bombay experience was terrible. The food tasted like its been premade days ahead and re-warmed. The raita, so simple, was runny and quite possibly gone bad. When I sent it back the waiter explained that the chef had gone for the day and this is what he had premade. It sucked in every aspect. That was just one dish out of an overall bad experience.

I would not recommend this place to anyone. Try Little India instead;)

Pros: Atmosphere

Cons: Food

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The best india rest. in denver period. was there last week, most mummy food, good atmosphere and amazing serivce and ya great happy hour, all wines half priced and very good small plates and was only $2. will go there for cheap drinks and good food.

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★★★★★

The best india rest. in denver period. was there last week, most mummy food, good atmosphere and amazing serivce and ya great happy hour, all wines half priced and very good small plates and was only $2. will go there for cheap drinks and good food.

Pros: Great Happy hour, Mummy Food

Cons: Nada

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If you know how authentic indian food tastes like, then you'd know this place is not the one. it's very expensive in comparison to the portion you get. And the taste?? geeez...this is the worst indian restaurant i've ever tried. HIGHLY NOT RECOMMENDED.

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★☆☆☆☆

If you know how authentic indian food tastes like, then you'd know this place is not the one. it's very expensive in comparison to the portion you get. And the taste?? geeez...this is the worst indian restaurant i've ever tried. HIGHLY NOT RECOMMENDED.

Pros: may be the atmosphere

Cons: price, taste, service

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I've been going to the Bombay Clay Oven for years and the food has always been fantastic. The curries are always great and appropriately spicy, especially the chicken tikka masala and lamb vindaloo. They also have a great variety of Indian breads, and the naan is fantastic. The Indian drinks, especially the chai, are made from scratch and are wonderfully authentic.

The atmosphere is also pretty exotic with divan seating in addition to the regular tables. Sometimes, they also have a sitar player for an extra touch. The wait staff has always been helpful with answering questions about dishes.

I would recommend the Bombay Clay Oven to anyone who wants to try authentic Indian food at a reasonable price.

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★★★★★

I've been going to the Bombay Clay Oven for years and the food has always been fantastic. The curries are always great and appropriately spicy, especially the chicken tikka masala and lamb vindaloo. They also have a great variety of Indian breads, and the naan is fantastic. The Indian drinks, especially the chai, are made from scratch and are wonderfully authentic.

The atmosphere is also pretty exotic with divan seating in addition to the regular tables. Sometimes, they also have a sitar player for an extra touch. The wait staff has always been helpful with answering questions about dishes.

I would recommend the Bombay Clay Oven to anyone who wants to try authentic Indian food at a reasonable price.

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I recently took a first date there and she was highly impressed with the food and the atmosphere. But I think the best part was that she had never had indian food before and the waiter spent time with her explaining what everything was and how it was prepared.

She loved the food and the atmosphere and said she wanted to go there with me again on the next date!

Highly recommended for a date!

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★★★★★

I recently took a first date there and she was highly impressed with the food and the atmosphere. But I think the best part was that she had never had indian food before and the waiter spent time with her explaining what everything was and how it was prepared.

She loved the food and the atmosphere and said she wanted to go there with me again on the next date!

Highly recommended for a date!

Pros: Great Service!

Cons: Sliightly higher price - But worth every penny!

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We loved this place when we visited, the staff was exceptionally friendly and the food was to die for! We sat the special seating and dined until late, it seems like this is the new place for dinner with my husband. I got him to relax and cuddle during dinner.

I would highly recomment it!

Barb & Sam

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★★★★★

We loved this place when we visited, the staff was exceptionally friendly and the food was to die for! We sat the special seating and dined until late, it seems like this is the new place for dinner with my husband. I got him to relax and cuddle during dinner.

I would highly recomment it!

Barb & Sam

Pros: Everything

Cons: Cherry creek parking -

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We walked over to get take-out (i live very close) and chose Bombay because I just couldn't bring myself to get treated terribly at Cherry Creek Grille again, but that's another story. While the girl who helped us was very nice and informative when we had questions about the menu, the food took sooo looong to come out. We ended up getting drinks and waiting outside on the patio. It was an off time, and we were literally the only people there, so pretty inexcusable. The hostess, the girl who helped us, redeemed the situation by serving us some dips with that really light crispy unleavened bread (I don't know what it's called) common to Indian restaurants. Finally, the food came all packaged up and ready to go, and so did the check. For two people to get takeout and each have one drink it was over $60. Seemed very expensive, especially after getting home. When we got home to eat it, the veggie samosas were neither crispy nor delicious, they had very little flavor, a soggy sad sort of texture, and couldn't possibly stand up to the tamarind or mint sauces they came with. The chicken curry - korma (the most popular dish, i think, in the West) unleashed the right amount of heat, but really had no depth. The rice played a part as well, it was pretty much Uncle Ben's, which is fine if I'm at home and need rice quick, but not when its such a HUGE component to a dish. I was not wowed for the price I paid, and unless I can't drive to India's Pearl (an awesome new restaurant), I won't go back.

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★★★☆☆

We walked over to get take-out (i live very close) and chose Bombay because I just couldn't bring myself to get treated terribly at Cherry Creek Grille again, but that's another story. While the girl who helped us was very nice and informative when we had questions about the menu, the food took sooo looong to come out. We ended up getting drinks and waiting outside on the patio. It was an off time, and we were literally the only people there, so pretty inexcusable. The hostess, the girl who helped us, redeemed the situation by serving us some dips with that really light crispy unleavened bread (I don't know what it's called) common to Indian restaurants. Finally, the food came all packaged up and ready to go, and so did the check. For two people to get takeout and each have one drink it was over $60. Seemed very expensive, especially after getting home. When we got home to eat it, the veggie samosas were neither crispy nor delicious, they had very little flavor, a soggy sad sort of texture, and couldn't possibly stand up to the tamarind or mint sauces they came with. The chicken curry - korma (the most popular dish, i think, in the West) unleashed the right amount of heat, but really had no depth. The rice played a part as well, it was pretty much Uncle Ben's, which is fine if I'm at home and need rice quick, but not when its such a HUGE component to a dish. I was not wowed for the price I paid, and unless I can't drive to India's Pearl (an awesome new restaurant), I won't go back.

Pros: attentive service

Cons: time, food

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I was visiting from out of town and was looking for some quality Indian food. I ordered a chef's special chicken dish with a side order of Garlic Nan. With delivery service, the total came to a whooping $30 but I was craving it so I went ahead anyway. First thing I saw that was wrong was the portion was tiny when I received the delivery. I then opened up the Nan and found that it was not only extremely small, it was also burnt on most pieces. Their was hardly any chicken in my dish and there wasn't even any red peppers in the mix. The rice wasn't up to par either. Disappointing and a waste of money.

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★☆☆☆☆

I was visiting from out of town and was looking for some quality Indian food. I ordered a chef's special chicken dish with a side order of Garlic Nan. With delivery service, the total came to a whooping $30 but I was craving it so I went ahead anyway. First thing I saw that was wrong was the portion was tiny when I received the delivery. I then opened up the Nan and found that it was not only extremely small, it was also burnt on most pieces. Their was hardly any chicken in my dish and there wasn't even any red peppers in the mix. The rice wasn't up to par either. Disappointing and a waste of money.

Pros: Fast Delivery

Cons: EXPENSIVE, Tiny Portions, Burnt Food

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Moving to Denver from Colorado Springs, we really had a tough situation on our hands when we needed to find a new Indian restaurant to visit. We are whole-hearted fans of Mirch Masala off of Academy Boulevard (if you're down there, say hello to Tikka! He is a wonderful guy and will take great care of you!). I have found that Bombay has been a close second to the service and food quality we see at Mirch Masala.

I'm not that comfortable in the little hut-like seating with the cushions (I can never quite get close enough to the table...I'm always spilling food that way!) so I stick with the regular tables.

We always get veggie samosas and Chicken Tikka Masala...always great! During the summer they had classical guitar players sitting in the niche in the dining room, and also sitar players. The patio seating is wonderful when the weather is nice.

Parking is a pain sometimes, but such is Cherry Creek. I would recommend parking at the back of the restaurant (at least it is free if you can get a spot!!). I also never have had to wait for a table here, even for dinner on Friday night! They take reservations, however, so best to play it safe in case it is a busy night.

If you want some solid Indian food and good service, check out Bombay Clay Oven.

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★★★★☆

Moving to Denver from Colorado Springs, we really had a tough situation on our hands when we needed to find a new Indian restaurant to visit. We are whole-hearted fans of Mirch Masala off of Academy Boulevard (if you're down there, say hello to Tikka! He is a wonderful guy and will take great care of you!). I have found that Bombay has been a close second to the service and food quality we see at Mirch Masala.

I'm not that comfortable in the little hut-like seating with the cushions (I can never quite get close enough to the table...I'm always spilling food that way!) so I stick with the regular tables.

We always get veggie samosas and Chicken Tikka Masala...always great! During the summer they had classical guitar players sitting in the niche in the dining room, and also sitar players. The patio seating is wonderful when the weather is nice.

Parking is a pain sometimes, but such is Cherry Creek. I would recommend parking at the back of the restaurant (at least it is free if you can get a spot!!). I also never have had to wait for a table here, even for dinner on Friday night! They take reservations, however, so best to play it safe in case it is a busy night.

If you want some solid Indian food and good service, check out Bombay Clay Oven.

Pros: Consistent quality of food, good service!

Cons: Sometimes it takes 30 minutes to get your food, but it is worth it.

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it has been the best experience i ever had bombay clay oven is really a good place to eat indian food, i've traveled the world and specially india, and i had some food there but when i came back to us i only found that taste i had when i was in india in this restaurant. bombay clay oven is really a place to eat authentic indian food. i highly recommend this place.

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★★★★★

it has been the best experience i ever had bombay clay oven is really a good place to eat indian food, i've traveled the world and specially india, and i had some food there but when i came back to us i only found that taste i had when i was in india in this restaurant. bombay clay oven is really a place to eat authentic indian food. i highly recommend this place.

Pros: Food, Food, Food, Food

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I recently celebrated my birthday at Bombay clay Oven, it was a Friday night, they were busy, and we had to wait a bit for a table as we didn't had any reservations, but the wait at the bar was very pleasent. The meal was superb!!! i had chicken bombay which was just perfect. More importantly, the staff was very kind and efficient. I am very glad that i choose this restaurant for my celebration. Can't wait to go back.

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★★★★★

I recently celebrated my birthday at Bombay clay Oven, it was a Friday night, they were busy, and we had to wait a bit for a table as we didn't had any reservations, but the wait at the bar was very pleasent. The meal was superb!!! i had chicken bombay which was just perfect. More importantly, the staff was very kind and efficient. I am very glad that i choose this restaurant for my celebration. Can't wait to go back.

Pros: Superb Indian Food and Service

Cons: Didn't find any

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Bombay Clay Oven was highly recommended as a great place to get authentic, tasty Indian food. Their prices are somewhat high, but the ambiance is great and the food really is very good. However... I have never been treated so poorly as we were treated when we ate there.
First of all, the waiter wouldn't give us any suggestions. When we asked if he recommended one dish over another, he just shrugged, rolled his eyes and said "everyone's tastes are different." True, but not what you expect from a waiter!

After we ordered, we sat back and relaxed, enjoying the atmosphere and waiting for our food. We waited....and waited....and waited.... it took an hour and twenty minutes to get our food. Other diners came, sat down, ordered and got their food while we sat and watched. The waiter studiously ignored us until a member of my party actually grabbed his sleeve - he ignored all attempts at eye contact, saying "excuse me," etc. Once we asked where our food was, it magically appeared within moments.
The food was good, but again we were ignored by the waiter until he brought the bill. We were planning to get dessert, but he didn't even ask. The restaurant was not busy and there were several waiters - each one only had two or three tables. We were so shocked at the treatment that we complained to a manager - something I never do! That only made matters worse, because the manager said, basically, that some nights take longer than others.
I understand busy nights and I understand delays - I've worked as a waitress and I know it can be hectic and stressful. But we would have appreciated it if the waiter had come by to let us know he hadn't forgotten about us!
A restaurant that thinks an hour and twenty minutes is acceptable to wait for food is not a restaurant I will frequent. Which is unfortunate, because the food was good, but the service left a bad taste in my mouth.

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★☆☆☆☆

Bombay Clay Oven was highly recommended as a great place to get authentic, tasty Indian food. Their prices are somewhat high, but the ambiance is great and the food really is very good. However... I have never been treated so poorly as we were treated when we ate there.
First of all, the waiter wouldn't give us any suggestions. When we asked if he recommended one dish over another, he just shrugged, rolled his eyes and said "everyone's tastes are different." True, but not what you expect from a waiter!

After we ordered, we sat back and relaxed, enjoying the atmosphere and waiting for our food. We waited....and waited....and waited.... it took an hour and twenty minutes to get our food. Other diners came, sat down, ordered and got their food while we sat and watched. The waiter studiously ignored us until a member of my party actually grabbed his sleeve - he ignored all attempts at eye contact, saying "excuse me," etc. Once we asked where our food was, it magically appeared within moments.
The food was good, but again we were ignored by the waiter until he brought the bill. We were planning to get dessert, but he didn't even ask. The restaurant was not busy and there were several waiters - each one only had two or three tables. We were so shocked at the treatment that we complained to a manager - something I never do! That only made matters worse, because the manager said, basically, that some nights take longer than others.
I understand busy nights and I understand delays - I've worked as a waitress and I know it can be hectic and stressful. But we would have appreciated it if the waiter had come by to let us know he hadn't forgotten about us!
A restaurant that thinks an hour and twenty minutes is acceptable to wait for food is not a restaurant I will frequent. Which is unfortunate, because the food was good, but the service left a bad taste in my mouth.

Pros: good food, fun ambiance

Cons: horrible service, rude waiters, rude managers, long wait time

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I love this restaurant! My boyfriend and I eat at Bombay Clay Oven at least once a week. Every time we go it, we receive a worm and sincere greeting from the owner. The food is fresh and delicious! The Samosas are always cooked properly and are never too doughy like in a lot of Indian Restaurants. On Friday evenings, they have a wonderful Sitar player for entertainment. This restaurant is a neighborhood gem!

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★★★★★

I love this restaurant! My boyfriend and I eat at Bombay Clay Oven at least once a week. Every time we go it, we receive a worm and sincere greeting from the owner. The food is fresh and delicious! The Samosas are always cooked properly and are never too doughy like in a lot of Indian Restaurants. On Friday evenings, they have a wonderful Sitar player for entertainment. This restaurant is a neighborhood gem!

Pros: Good Location, Great Service, Delicious Food

Cons: None

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My wife and i found this restaurant when i was just experimenting with indian food. it was amazing. we go there all the time and it is amazing everytime. We have tried many other indian restaurants around the area and nothing stacks up to Bombay Clay Oven. The prices are very reasonable and completely worth every penny. we liked them so much that we had them cater our wedding! and they did an amazing job! i can't speak highly enough of this place and their staff. They are so friendly. This place has great food with a great atmosphere. so if you like indian food or want to try indian food, don't waste your time and or money elsewhere!

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★★★★★

My wife and i found this restaurant when i was just experimenting with indian food. it was amazing. we go there all the time and it is amazing everytime. We have tried many other indian restaurants around the area and nothing stacks up to Bombay Clay Oven. The prices are very reasonable and completely worth every penny. we liked them so much that we had them cater our wedding! and they did an amazing job! i can't speak highly enough of this place and their staff. They are so friendly. This place has great food with a great atmosphere. so if you like indian food or want to try indian food, don't waste your time and or money elsewhere!

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I've tried a few places since I moved here and Bombay Clay Oven is by far the best Indian food I've had.
Everything tastes very fresh and the employees are very friendly. Only con is that they don't deliver.

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★★★★☆

I've tried a few places since I moved here and Bombay Clay Oven is by far the best Indian food I've had.
Everything tastes very fresh and the employees are very friendly. Only con is that they don't deliver.

Pros: friendly staff

Cons: no delivery

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Wow, I was SO impressed with the food at Bombay Clay Oven -- and that doesn't happen as often as I'd like when I'm trying a restaurant for the first time. I admit that I am kind of a novice when it comes to Indian cuisine, but everything sampled here was absolutely delicious. I'd highly recommend ordering a combination platter -- it's a great introduction to the house specialties like tandooris and curries. I also discovered that Tajmahal (Indian) beer is a perfect compliment to the food, all of which had a lot of flavor, but was not overly spicy. The service was friendly, albiet a tad off. The hostess who sat us also turned out to be the sole waitress for the entire dining room, which quickly filled up on a Tuesday night. Someone who appeared to be the owner or manager jumped in a few times, but the restaurant was clearly understaffed. Luckily, I was enjoying the food so much that the slower pace of the service did not matter. I will definitely be back. Yum-bay!

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★★★★☆

Wow, I was SO impressed with the food at Bombay Clay Oven -- and that doesn't happen as often as I'd like when I'm trying a restaurant for the first time. I admit that I am kind of a novice when it comes to Indian cuisine, but everything sampled here was absolutely delicious. I'd highly recommend ordering a combination platter -- it's a great introduction to the house specialties like tandooris and curries. I also discovered that Tajmahal (Indian) beer is a perfect compliment to the food, all of which had a lot of flavor, but was not overly spicy. The service was friendly, albiet a tad off. The hostess who sat us also turned out to be the sole waitress for the entire dining room, which quickly filled up on a Tuesday night. Someone who appeared to be the owner or manager jumped in a few times, but the restaurant was clearly understaffed. Luckily, I was enjoying the food so much that the slower pace of the service did not matter. I will definitely be back. Yum-bay!

Pros: Delicious food, ambience, Cherry Creek location

Cons: Parking, prices seem to be on the higher end for Indian cuisine

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We had a wonderful evening here. The atmosphere was really nice. We sat in one of the booths with pillows and curtains - very cozy and romantic. There was a musician playing sitar which added to the ambiance. My husband and I both got a combination plate, so we could sample several dishes. Great saag.

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★★★★★

We had a wonderful evening here. The atmosphere was really nice. We sat in one of the booths with pillows and curtains - very cozy and romantic. There was a musician playing sitar which added to the ambiance. My husband and I both got a combination plate, so we could sample several dishes. Great saag.

Pros: Great food, great atmosphere

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I was introduced to an outstanding Indian restaurant by a friend who took me to Bombay Clay Oven near the Cherry Creek Mall in Denver. This delightful place has outstanding food and a friendly and dedicated staff. I especially appreciated their help in picking new entrees from their formidable menu. You can also specify how spicy you want each dish (very important for Indian cusine).

Overall great food and a relaxing, family atmosphere. Try it on your next Cherry Creek shopping spree.

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★★★★★

I was introduced to an outstanding Indian restaurant by a friend who took me to Bombay Clay Oven near the Cherry Creek Mall in Denver. This delightful place has outstanding food and a friendly and dedicated staff. I especially appreciated their help in picking new entrees from their formidable menu. You can also specify how spicy you want each dish (very important for Indian cusine).

Overall great food and a relaxing, family atmosphere. Try it on your next Cherry Creek shopping spree.

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Since my first trip to Bombay Clay Oven, I have been singing the praises of this restaurant to my friends, and I thought it was finally time to let the rest of Denver know. I should know good Indian food--I was born in Bombay. Since leaving India, I moved to London, the home of the best Indian food outside the Indian subcontinent. That is to say, other than Bombay Clay Oven. The service, I should emphasize, is the first thing one notices, as it is top notch in every detail. Though it is a restaurant, one is treated as a guest would be in the home of the wonderful family which owns Bombay Clay Oven. Lamb Khorma is one of my personal favorites, as is Paneer Pakora, and both are always first rate. It is truly authentic Indian food, which is hard to find in this part of the world. I highly recommend it to anyone who would truly appreciate true Indian cuisine.

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★★★★★

Since my first trip to Bombay Clay Oven, I have been singing the praises of this restaurant to my friends, and I thought it was finally time to let the rest of Denver know. I should know good Indian food--I was born in Bombay. Since leaving India, I moved to London, the home of the best Indian food outside the Indian subcontinent. That is to say, other than Bombay Clay Oven. The service, I should emphasize, is the first thing one notices, as it is top notch in every detail. Though it is a restaurant, one is treated as a guest would be in the home of the wonderful family which owns Bombay Clay Oven. Lamb Khorma is one of my personal favorites, as is Paneer Pakora, and both are always first rate. It is truly authentic Indian food, which is hard to find in this part of the world. I highly recommend it to anyone who would truly appreciate true Indian cuisine.

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On our last trip to Denver we were looking for a taste of India. Everyone recommended that we try Bombay Clay Oven. We met some friends and we all were impressed with the ambiance of the restaurant. Considering the high price of the menu, everyone was disappointed with below-average food. The biggest let-down was the rude wait-staff that forced us to pay gratuity for their terrible service. After the food was essentially dropped off at the table we never saw our waiter again until he brought check (and the restaurant was not busy at all.) Next time in Denver we are certain we can find better!

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★★☆☆☆

On our last trip to Denver we were looking for a taste of India. Everyone recommended that we try Bombay Clay Oven. We met some friends and we all were impressed with the ambiance of the restaurant. Considering the high price of the menu, everyone was disappointed with below-average food. The biggest let-down was the rude wait-staff that forced us to pay gratuity for their terrible service. After the food was essentially dropped off at the table we never saw our waiter again until he brought check (and the restaurant was not busy at all.) Next time in Denver we are certain we can find better!

Pros: Good Ambience

Cons: Below average food. Terrible service.

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Excellent food, excellent atmosphere. I will definitely come back. I made but didn't need reservations on a Tuesday night.

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★★★★★

Excellent food, excellent atmosphere. I will definitely come back. I made but didn't need reservations on a Tuesday night.

Pros: Food, Combination plates

Cons: none

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This place i visited a few months back was amazing and now on my recent visit it is wasted I thought I wasted my money for the worst experience ever. Service had been so bad that really felt unwanted at that place. I think they have to step up or close their business.

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★★☆☆☆

This place i visited a few months back was amazing and now on my recent visit it is wasted I thought I wasted my money for the worst experience ever. Service had been so bad that really felt unwanted at that place. I think they have to step up or close their business.

Pros: Ambience

Cons: Service, food, parking

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To whom it may concern,

I am a fan of both Indian cuisine as well as the Bombay Clay Oven. I have tried a few other Indian restaurants here in the metro and always come back to Bombay Clay. I have decided that Mr. Anupam Bhatia, the current manager of Bombay Clay may represent most of the reason that I am so fond of this restaurant. He always makes me feel at home as well as I am the only patron in the restaurant. I have met other loyal patrons thru Mr. Bhatia and have become friends! He is kind, professional and courteous...a perfect combination! I will continue to patronize the Bombay Clay Oven as long as Mr. Bhatia is employed there.

Sincerely,

Bradley D. Peterson
President
TriState Surveying, Inc.

2
★★★★★

To whom it may concern,

I am a fan of both Indian cuisine as well as the Bombay Clay Oven. I have tried a few other Indian restaurants here in the metro and always come back to Bombay Clay. I have decided that Mr. Anupam Bhatia, the current manager of Bombay Clay may represent most of the reason that I am so fond of this restaurant. He always makes me feel at home as well as I am the only patron in the restaurant. I have met other loyal patrons thru Mr. Bhatia and have become friends! He is kind, professional and courteous...a perfect combination! I will continue to patronize the Bombay Clay Oven as long as Mr. Bhatia is employed there.

Sincerely,

Bradley D. Peterson
President
TriState Surveying, Inc.

Pros: Mr. Anupan Bhatia, Food, Service

Cons: , ???, ???

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The best Indian food in town and even better than that is the wonderful service. Anupam is the manager and he ALWAYS makes you feel welcomed and as if you were the only one there. His care and thoughfulness is outstanding and makes Bombay a truky unique experience!

2
★★★★★

The best Indian food in town and even better than that is the wonderful service. Anupam is the manager and he ALWAYS makes you feel welcomed and as if you were the only one there. His care and thoughfulness is outstanding and makes Bombay a truky unique experience!

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Everything from the atmosphere to the food was perfect. The service that I got was suprising, I expected less but got much more. Did I mention the food It was delicious! Suggestions : first make a reservation for a Divan, its a round table that seats 4 but more romantic for 2, you can recline while eating. Their Garlic Naan it was to die for! Desert, I also suggest their Chai it will relax you to the point of sleep. There are few Indian restraunts in Denver, this one is definately worth a try.

2
★★★★★

Everything from the atmosphere to the food was perfect. The service that I got was suprising, I expected less but got much more. Did I mention the food It was delicious! Suggestions : first make a reservation for a Divan, its a round table that seats 4 but more romantic for 2, you can recline while eating. Their Garlic Naan it was to die for! Desert, I also suggest their Chai it will relax you to the point of sleep. There are few Indian restraunts in Denver, this one is definately worth a try.

Pros: Great Menu, Ambiance

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An amazing restaurant with exceptional food and service. I have started visiting this restaurant again again since they dropped the prices.Overall experience there is out of the world

2
★★★★★

An amazing restaurant with exceptional food and service. I have started visiting this restaurant again again since they dropped the prices.Overall experience there is out of the world

Pros: food, service, accomodating

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Bombay's food is a little better then Little India. There's never a wait and the service is excellent. The only down side to this great food is the price tag but for a few more dollars it is worth it. Vegetarians have plenty to chose from.

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★★★★☆

Bombay's food is a little better then Little India. There's never a wait and the service is excellent. The only down side to this great food is the price tag but for a few more dollars it is worth it. Vegetarians have plenty to chose from.

Pros: Service, Food

Cons: Parking, A Little Expensive

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If you wanna have an excellent meal with quality service the only place to go is BOMBAY CLAY OVEN

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★★★★★

If you wanna have an excellent meal with quality service the only place to go is BOMBAY CLAY OVEN

Message from Bombay Clay Oven

Denver's Finest Indian Cuisine.



Located in Cherry Creek North, Denver's premier shopping and dining district, on Steele Street, in between First and Second Avenues.



Bombaylicious!!! Enjoy Tandoori Dishes sizzling with flavor, mouthwatering creamy curries and signature cocktails in an exotic yet relaxed ambience.



We have a full bar, and a wine list. Enjoy romantic Divan seating in our dining room. Take off your shoes and lounge on cushions and pillows, or dine at regular tables and chairs. Parking is located behind and along the south side of the restaurant. Access through the alley in between St.Paul street and Steele street.



We have a full bar, & a wine list. Enjoy romantic Divan seating in our dining room. Take off your shoes & lounge on cushions & pillows, or dine at regular tables & chairs. Parking is located behind and along the south side of the restaurant. Access through the alley in between St.Paul street and Steele street.

More about Bombay Clay Oven

Bombaylicious!!! Enjoy Tandoori Dishes sizzling with flavor, mouthwatering creamy curries and signature cocktails in an exotic yet relaxed ambience. We have a full bar, and a wine list. Enjoy romantic Divan seating in our dining room. Take off your shoe

 

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