Planet Bombay

★★★★☆
  • 451 Moreland Ave

    Atlanta, GA 30307

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  • 404-688-0005

About Planet Bombay

Hours
Monday 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM Tuesday 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM Wednesday 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM Thursday 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM Friday 11:30 AM - 3:00 PM Saturday 1:00 PM - 11:00 PM Sunday 1:00 PM - 10:30 PM

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Food was pretty good and fresh. Especially considering I went there at 1:30PM. Portion size was just right for lunch. Dishes were seasoned with the right balance of spices. \r
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The decor was actually better than I expected. It is after

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★★★★★

Food was pretty good and fresh. Especially considering I went there at 1:30PM. Portion size was just right for lunch. Dishes were seasoned with the right balance of spices. \r
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The decor was actually better than I expected. It is after

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I've always liked the Planet - but recently i really love the Planet. The spicy vindaloo and creamy saag paneer are awesome. They make a great naan which is perfect to mop up all the sauce with. The service can be a little slow - but that?s because they're usually understaffed and pretty busy - but they're always friendly. For some reason just in the past year their food seems to have gotten much much better. Maybe it's just me... Anyway I like how they don't automatically assume I can't handle spicy food and dumb it down (like most other Atlanta Indian places do) - All the food seems to come out at the perfect heat for me - consistently. It isn't a fancy, high dining restaurant - the decor is a little rough... But the food is great and like many have said previously ? the Bollywood is always bumpin!

Pros: Great Vindaloo - Great Naan - Great fod

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★★★★★

I've always liked the Planet - but recently i really love the Planet. The spicy vindaloo and creamy saag paneer are awesome. They make a great naan which is perfect to mop up all the sauce with. The service can be a little slow - but that?s because they're usually understaffed and pretty busy - but they're always friendly. For some reason just in the past year their food seems to have gotten much much better. Maybe it's just me... Anyway I like how they don't automatically assume I can't handle spicy food and dumb it down (like most other Atlanta Indian places do) - All the food seems to come out at the perfect heat for me - consistently. It isn't a fancy, high dining restaurant - the decor is a little rough... But the food is great and like many have said previously ? the Bollywood is always bumpin!

Pros: Great Vindaloo - Great Naan - Great fod

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I hadn't been back here in a long time because my first experience, years ago, was mediocre. My recent visit was a pleasant surprise: paneer masala was excellent, and the samosas were great.

4
★★★★☆

I hadn't been back here in a long time because my first experience, years ago, was mediocre. My recent visit was a pleasant surprise: paneer masala was excellent, and the samosas were great.

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The food is not at all indian. It is bland and tasteless. Not meant for people from indian sub continent or any one who has tasted even decent indian food.

We went there in a group of 10 and every one left at least half of their meal in the plates.
Please do not try the Chicken Biryani there. it is sweet and the rice has a heavy coat of Rose Water and colors. Excessive use of colors in almost every item ( including Mango Lassi) is another soar point. The plain lassi too had a generous portion of sugar.
We ordered mango pickle and got a bowl of mixed pickles.
The veg salad means onions and slices of tomotoes.
Tandori chicken wings tasted as if it was served from a ready to eat pack.

There is nothing good for vegetarians at all. Chana Masala was useless.

I must say that their website is a trap. After having food, i went there to leave my review comments but was shocked to see that it does not allow any one to put their review. But they do display all candy floss review on their web site.

This is not a place to go if you want to have indian food.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food is not at all indian. It is bland and tasteless. Not meant for people from indian sub continent or any one who has tasted even decent indian food.

We went there in a group of 10 and every one left at least half of their meal in the plates.
Please do not try the Chicken Biryani there. it is sweet and the rice has a heavy coat of Rose Water and colors. Excessive use of colors in almost every item ( including Mango Lassi) is another soar point. The plain lassi too had a generous portion of sugar.
We ordered mango pickle and got a bowl of mixed pickles.
The veg salad means onions and slices of tomotoes.
Tandori chicken wings tasted as if it was served from a ready to eat pack.

There is nothing good for vegetarians at all. Chana Masala was useless.

I must say that their website is a trap. After having food, i went there to leave my review comments but was shocked to see that it does not allow any one to put their review. But they do display all candy floss review on their web site.

This is not a place to go if you want to have indian food.

Pros: The serving staff

Cons: tasteless food. Smells heavily when you enter

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Great food, great service! Would definitely go back here.

It was raining pretty hard that day and the nearest parking we found was a lot down the street a bit so we got soaked. That was the only thing that was bad about this dining experience. We walked in to the restaurant, were seated immediately with a smile by a very nice server. It was about 50% filled. We asked for a high chair and it was brought out immediately. Shortly after, he brought out some papadam with an orange hued mint chutney which was very tasty. Our orders were taken as soon as we put our menus back down on the table. I ordered the Paneer Makhni with rice and naan and got to try the Channa Masala and Gobi Bhaji . The food came out hot and fresh and in a timely manner. The naan was very good, fresh and soft. The Channa and Gobi were excellent! I normally don't care for Gobi but the mix of spices made the Gobi delicious. I would order it again. The Paneer Makhni was also good, however was a bit sweeter than I prefer (certain regions in India do like to add a little sugar). Again, the service was fantastic. The server kept our drinks full and was very pleasant. You could tell that he really cared whether we were satisfied or not and we definitely were. I recommend!

2
★★★★★

Great food, great service! Would definitely go back here.

It was raining pretty hard that day and the nearest parking we found was a lot down the street a bit so we got soaked. That was the only thing that was bad about this dining experience. We walked in to the restaurant, were seated immediately with a smile by a very nice server. It was about 50% filled. We asked for a high chair and it was brought out immediately. Shortly after, he brought out some papadam with an orange hued mint chutney which was very tasty. Our orders were taken as soon as we put our menus back down on the table. I ordered the Paneer Makhni with rice and naan and got to try the Channa Masala and Gobi Bhaji . The food came out hot and fresh and in a timely manner. The naan was very good, fresh and soft. The Channa and Gobi were excellent! I normally don't care for Gobi but the mix of spices made the Gobi delicious. I would order it again. The Paneer Makhni was also good, however was a bit sweeter than I prefer (certain regions in India do like to add a little sugar). Again, the service was fantastic. The server kept our drinks full and was very pleasant. You could tell that he really cared whether we were satisfied or not and we definitely were. I recommend!

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You people clearly haven't tasted good Indian Food if you rate this place so highly. It's average at best. I'm from the UK, where we know a thing about a good curry, and the stuff they serve up here is far from good. Pretty bland, and I'll question the freshness too. I ordered 3 different curries for my friend and I, and they only brought 2. So as we set about the first 2 dishes, the waiter hurriedly made his way back to the kitchen to have the cook start the 3rd. Oh, and the rice meter must have been running, because the small portion we had between two of us was barely enough for one meal.

The waiter was sweet, in an almost comical way. By that, I mean he had only recently arrived from Bangladesh, and the poor thing had a terrible time understanding us. It was actually quite comical.

Oh, and finally, they really need to work in the decor in the place. They layout is atrocious, and the lighting is so bright, you could literally photosynthesize in there. Kiss goodbye to any hopes of intimacy or ambience.

The garlic nan was pretty good though (but again, nothing special).

1
★★☆☆☆

You people clearly haven't tasted good Indian Food if you rate this place so highly. It's average at best. I'm from the UK, where we know a thing about a good curry, and the stuff they serve up here is far from good. Pretty bland, and I'll question the freshness too. I ordered 3 different curries for my friend and I, and they only brought 2. So as we set about the first 2 dishes, the waiter hurriedly made his way back to the kitchen to have the cook start the 3rd. Oh, and the rice meter must have been running, because the small portion we had between two of us was barely enough for one meal.

The waiter was sweet, in an almost comical way. By that, I mean he had only recently arrived from Bangladesh, and the poor thing had a terrible time understanding us. It was actually quite comical.

Oh, and finally, they really need to work in the decor in the place. They layout is atrocious, and the lighting is so bright, you could literally photosynthesize in there. Kiss goodbye to any hopes of intimacy or ambience.

The garlic nan was pretty good though (but again, nothing special).

Pros: Hard to think of one.

Cons: Food, Service, Atmosphere

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It is not that good u rent for a dollar and u have to return it the next day on time or u get fined this is Planet Bollywood never go ther

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★★★☆☆

It is not that good u rent for a dollar and u have to return it the next day on time or u get fined this is Planet Bollywood never go ther

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I HAVE BEEN EATING MANY INDIAN CUISINE SINCE I MOVED FROM NY. I COULD NOT NOT FIND ANY GOOD CUISINE IN ATLANTA. ONLY I FOUND FEW OF THEM HAVE A NICE DECORATION THATS ALL! PLANET BOMBAY SURPRISED ME WHEN I FIRST LOOKING AT THEIR MENU. SO MANY ITEMS ON THE MENU WHICH YOU WILL NOT FIND ANY OTHER INDIAN CUISINE SUCH AS TOFU VINDALOO, TOFU SHAI BEGUN SHIRAJEE, TOFU MAKHANI, TOFU.......... NEXT FROM THE MEAT DISHES CHICKEN MUGLIE, CHICKEN MAKHANI, LAMB KABOB AND SEA FOOD SHRIMP MALY CURRY , SALMON FISH TANDOORI, AND SPICY FISH CURRY. WE HAVE BEEN THERE 20 TIMES. WE STILL LOVE THEIR FOODS. SERVICES ARE EXCELENT TOO. WE THANK YOU PLANET BOMBAY.

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★★★☆☆

I HAVE BEEN EATING MANY INDIAN CUISINE SINCE I MOVED FROM NY. I COULD NOT NOT FIND ANY GOOD CUISINE IN ATLANTA. ONLY I FOUND FEW OF THEM HAVE A NICE DECORATION THATS ALL! PLANET BOMBAY SURPRISED ME WHEN I FIRST LOOKING AT THEIR MENU. SO MANY ITEMS ON THE MENU WHICH YOU WILL NOT FIND ANY OTHER INDIAN CUISINE SUCH AS TOFU VINDALOO, TOFU SHAI BEGUN SHIRAJEE, TOFU MAKHANI, TOFU.......... NEXT FROM THE MEAT DISHES CHICKEN MUGLIE, CHICKEN MAKHANI, LAMB KABOB AND SEA FOOD SHRIMP MALY CURRY , SALMON FISH TANDOORI, AND SPICY FISH CURRY. WE HAVE BEEN THERE 20 TIMES. WE STILL LOVE THEIR FOODS. SERVICES ARE EXCELENT TOO. WE THANK YOU PLANET BOMBAY.

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I've been here three times - takeout twice, both with surly service (I got yelled at for not checking that the food handed to me was mine) and bland food. After forgetting to specify spicyness level (I prefer "medium") the first time, I asked them to make it "not mild or medium, but spicy" on my return. There was still no discernable heat whatsoever - about as spicy as a plain cheese pizza.
For some reason I went back a third time with low expectations, only to have them dashed; the saag, masala and korma all tasted exactly the same - heavy with cream and very low on taste and it was a complete waste of money. Indian food is supposed to be a treat, not a chore and these guys have lost not only the fire but any and all direction. I don't see any point in them pretending that this is authentic Indian food.

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★☆☆☆☆

I've been here three times - takeout twice, both with surly service (I got yelled at for not checking that the food handed to me was mine) and bland food. After forgetting to specify spicyness level (I prefer "medium") the first time, I asked them to make it "not mild or medium, but spicy" on my return. There was still no discernable heat whatsoever - about as spicy as a plain cheese pizza.
For some reason I went back a third time with low expectations, only to have them dashed; the saag, masala and korma all tasted exactly the same - heavy with cream and very low on taste and it was a complete waste of money. Indian food is supposed to be a treat, not a chore and these guys have lost not only the fire but any and all direction. I don't see any point in them pretending that this is authentic Indian food.

Pros: Location

Cons: Service, price, taste

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There's something to be said when you've taken plenty of people to a restaurant, and it's not far from their minds when you are discussing places to eat when they visit you later. Planet Bombay does just that. Though Indian food for the inexperienced can be trying at first, the variety of the menu along with the explanation can make anyone comfortable with their selection. Options abound, and all that we've tried have been excellent. I highly recommended the Chicken Tiki Masala, Chicken Dapioza, Tandoori Chicken, or anything with Lamb (gotta love those succulent four legged critters). Have a side of mango lassi, or their excellent spicy tea and bring a friend and a great coversation topic as the service can be a little slow.

2
★★★★☆

There's something to be said when you've taken plenty of people to a restaurant, and it's not far from their minds when you are discussing places to eat when they visit you later. Planet Bombay does just that. Though Indian food for the inexperienced can be trying at first, the variety of the menu along with the explanation can make anyone comfortable with their selection. Options abound, and all that we've tried have been excellent. I highly recommended the Chicken Tiki Masala, Chicken Dapioza, Tandoori Chicken, or anything with Lamb (gotta love those succulent four legged critters). Have a side of mango lassi, or their excellent spicy tea and bring a friend and a great coversation topic as the service can be a little slow.

Pros: Awesome Nan and Dishes, They remember your face, hilarious Bollywood on tv

Cons: Bollywood is hilarious in small doses, evil front door is heavier than it looks

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I have been eating at planet bombay for months now & i go every saturday with friends we absolutly love it........the service was great despite how busy they were, my food was amazing as it is every time i go i feel like they make especially for me!! If anyone loves indian food like i do you should definitely try planet bombay indian cuisine.

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★★★★★

I have been eating at planet bombay for months now & i go every saturday with friends we absolutly love it........the service was great despite how busy they were, my food was amazing as it is every time i go i feel like they make especially for me!! If anyone loves indian food like i do you should definitely try planet bombay indian cuisine.

Pros: Food & Service

Cons: Parking

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Many years ago, Planet Bombay was our favorite Indian dining destination. It had been a few years, so we popped back in. In the past, the breads, soups, and all veggies were nothing short of terrific. We walked in, had to seat ourselves, which is O.K., but we encounted one of the rudest servers in Atlanta. No one deserves to be treated in this manner. If you don't like your job, change. The soup was terrilbe, he forgot the bread, and by that time we were just over it. And as long as they have been in business, why haven't they bothered to maintain the interior of their restaurant. We certainly are not snobs when it comes to good Indian Cuisine, but there is nothing good about this planet, and it's definitly not Bollywood!

0
★☆☆☆☆

Many years ago, Planet Bombay was our favorite Indian dining destination. It had been a few years, so we popped back in. In the past, the breads, soups, and all veggies were nothing short of terrific. We walked in, had to seat ourselves, which is O.K., but we encounted one of the rudest servers in Atlanta. No one deserves to be treated in this manner. If you don't like your job, change. The soup was terrilbe, he forgot the bread, and by that time we were just over it. And as long as they have been in business, why haven't they bothered to maintain the interior of their restaurant. We certainly are not snobs when it comes to good Indian Cuisine, but there is nothing good about this planet, and it's definitly not Bollywood!

Pros: Absolute Worst Service In Atlanta! That's A Pro Here!

Cons: Everything!

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I've always liked the Planet - but recently i really love the Planet. The spicy vindaloo and creamy saag paneer are awesome. They make a great naan which is perfect to mop up all the sauce with. The service can be a little slow - but that?s because they're usually understaffed and pretty busy - but they're always friendly. For some reason just in the past year their food seems to have gotten much much better. Maybe it's just me... Anyway I like how they don't automatically assume I can't handle spicy food and dumb it down (like most other Atlanta Indian places do) - All the food seems to come out at the perfect heat for me - consistently. It isn't a fancy, high dining restaurant - the decor is a little rough... But the food is great and like many have said previously ? the Bollywood is always bumpin!

2
★★★★★

I've always liked the Planet - but recently i really love the Planet. The spicy vindaloo and creamy saag paneer are awesome. They make a great naan which is perfect to mop up all the sauce with. The service can be a little slow - but that?s because they're usually understaffed and pretty busy - but they're always friendly. For some reason just in the past year their food seems to have gotten much much better. Maybe it's just me... Anyway I like how they don't automatically assume I can't handle spicy food and dumb it down (like most other Atlanta Indian places do) - All the food seems to come out at the perfect heat for me - consistently. It isn't a fancy, high dining restaurant - the decor is a little rough... But the food is great and like many have said previously ? the Bollywood is always bumpin!

Pros: Great Vindaloo - Great Naan - Great food

Cons: service can be slow at times

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Planet Bombay catered our wedding (135 guests) in May 2006. Seven months later and guests are STILL talking about how EXCELLENT the FOOD was. Our guests even dine at the restaurant now. When our out-of-town guests come here, they always want to go to "the place that catered our wedding". The owners and staff at Planet Bombay did a fine job in all areas. We always visit "our favorite restaurant" and we definitely recommend EVERYTHING on the menu. Biryani (rice dish) is often looked over by those who are new to Indian cuisine, but it's delicious - try Chicken Tikka biryani. As an Indian, I must say Planet Bombay is authentic and by far the best in Atlanta for Indian cuisine and attentive service.

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★★★★★

Planet Bombay catered our wedding (135 guests) in May 2006. Seven months later and guests are STILL talking about how EXCELLENT the FOOD was. Our guests even dine at the restaurant now. When our out-of-town guests come here, they always want to go to "the place that catered our wedding". The owners and staff at Planet Bombay did a fine job in all areas. We always visit "our favorite restaurant" and we definitely recommend EVERYTHING on the menu. Biryani (rice dish) is often looked over by those who are new to Indian cuisine, but it's delicious - try Chicken Tikka biryani. As an Indian, I must say Planet Bombay is authentic and by far the best in Atlanta for Indian cuisine and attentive service.

Pros: Authentic Indian food; very affordable; friendly servers; in the heart of lil' 5 pts.

Cons: No lunch hour on Sundays

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I really adore this place, for the lil 5 points area it beats all the other Indian restaurants. The food is really good and the service is good also. We had sagg paneer, with nan.........boti Lamb Kabob, and chicken in butter- but the food was really really good and for most Americans that aren't used to spices i would say get a level 3 spice.

2
★★★★★

I really adore this place, for the lil 5 points area it beats all the other Indian restaurants. The food is really good and the service is good also. We had sagg paneer, with nan.........boti Lamb Kabob, and chicken in butter- but the food was really really good and for most Americans that aren't used to spices i would say get a level 3 spice.

Pros: great food, nice price, nice waiters

Cons: i dont like the bollywood movie playing in the background

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the atmosphere:
i went with a friend on a weekday after work, and for almost an hour, we were the only ones in the restaurant, save the one (slightly sketch) waiter. the bollywood movies playing in the background were a little distrubing, but i'm chalking that up to after-work ADD. the restaurant was dim, even with the natural light from the windows. the bathroom was possible the most disgustng bathroom i have EVER ventured into at a restaurant: i walked in and decided i could wait.

the food:
everything we had was extremely flavorful! our entrees took a while to come out, but they came out sizzling! it was very nice to know that they had just finished cooking and hadn't been sitting around drawing flies. my friend ordered the tandoori chicken: it was delicious, but the meat was very hard to get off of the bone. i ordered the chicken saag: i ordered it mild, but it still brought a tear to my eye; it was pretty spectacular, though. the basmati rice was great, and the nan was oh-so-satisfying!

overall:
i would most definately eat here again and again, though i would be wary of the sketchy waiter (you'll know which one i'm talking about if you see him).

2
★★★★☆

the atmosphere:
i went with a friend on a weekday after work, and for almost an hour, we were the only ones in the restaurant, save the one (slightly sketch) waiter. the bollywood movies playing in the background were a little distrubing, but i'm chalking that up to after-work ADD. the restaurant was dim, even with the natural light from the windows. the bathroom was possible the most disgustng bathroom i have EVER ventured into at a restaurant: i walked in and decided i could wait.

the food:
everything we had was extremely flavorful! our entrees took a while to come out, but they came out sizzling! it was very nice to know that they had just finished cooking and hadn't been sitting around drawing flies. my friend ordered the tandoori chicken: it was delicious, but the meat was very hard to get off of the bone. i ordered the chicken saag: i ordered it mild, but it still brought a tear to my eye; it was pretty spectacular, though. the basmati rice was great, and the nan was oh-so-satisfying!

overall:
i would most definately eat here again and again, though i would be wary of the sketchy waiter (you'll know which one i'm talking about if you see him).

Pros: great food, intimate setting, good price

Cons: creepy waiter, prepare to be the only diners

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if you want to eat real indian food go to planet bombay.they have a best tandori and curry dish.my fovarate dish was chic tikka masala and lamb curry.

2
★★★★★

if you want to eat real indian food go to planet bombay.they have a best tandori and curry dish.my fovarate dish was chic tikka masala and lamb curry.

Pros: best food

Cons: n/a

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Me and my friend popped in on Monday, as usual, for a spicy dinner. As one of the pickiest eaters I know, if she enjoyed it must be good, and she enjoyed it.

With Bollywood playing constantly in the background we started with the naan (which is made with chicken here) and opted for the spicy (her) and the next spiciest (me). While not the best we've had, it was still good, with them bringing extra rice and offering a yogurt free to cool our palates.

All in all good, not the best, but okay.

2
★★★★☆

Me and my friend popped in on Monday, as usual, for a spicy dinner. As one of the pickiest eaters I know, if she enjoyed it must be good, and she enjoyed it.

With Bollywood playing constantly in the background we started with the naan (which is made with chicken here) and opted for the spicy (her) and the next spiciest (me). While not the best we've had, it was still good, with them bringing extra rice and offering a yogurt free to cool our palates.

All in all good, not the best, but okay.

Pros: Large menu, Variations on spice, Location

Cons: Service a lil pushy

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The food was overpriced and underspiced; the sauces were clumsy and artless, containing cheap ingredients to stretch them, including an excessive amount of both salt and sugar. The chicken "cylon" consisted of six or seven small chunks of chicken hidden in a pile of coarsely sliced onions, and little or no coconut as was indicated on the menu. The Paneer Makhani tasted like it was made with ketchup. The nan was gummy and undercooked. My husband's glass of wine was the size of a shot glass. The service was pushy and patronizing. You'd think that Little Five Points wouldn't put up with this. Go somewhere else.

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★☆☆☆☆

The food was overpriced and underspiced; the sauces were clumsy and artless, containing cheap ingredients to stretch them, including an excessive amount of both salt and sugar. The chicken "cylon" consisted of six or seven small chunks of chicken hidden in a pile of coarsely sliced onions, and little or no coconut as was indicated on the menu. The Paneer Makhani tasted like it was made with ketchup. The nan was gummy and undercooked. My husband's glass of wine was the size of a shot glass. The service was pushy and patronizing. You'd think that Little Five Points wouldn't put up with this. Go somewhere else.

Pros: great location

Cons: poor quality food

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The food was sooo good! I HATED indian food until my sister dragged me into the quant little hole in the wall. Thank God I succumbed and ordered. I will definitly be back. Great location, especially after a little five points event! The service was very good. They made sure you were enjoying yourself and were at my beck and call with a smile. The bollywood tv was ..entertaining. It's a bit odd if you've never experienced it. 5 stars

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★★★★★

The food was sooo good! I HATED indian food until my sister dragged me into the quant little hole in the wall. Thank God I succumbed and ordered. I will definitly be back. Great location, especially after a little five points event! The service was very good. They made sure you were enjoying yourself and were at my beck and call with a smile. The bollywood tv was ..entertaining. It's a bit odd if you've never experienced it. 5 stars

Pros: price, quiet out of the way, lots of food

Cons: dark, cheesy decorations

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We really enjoyed the food here, though the atmosphere was a little bit surreal (with the bollywood movie in the background); the food and great location really make up for it. I had the extremely spice Vindy Aloo and my boyfriend had the somwhat milder but very tasty Chicken Tikka Masala. I'll be trying a lot more from this menu!

2
★★★★☆

We really enjoyed the food here, though the atmosphere was a little bit surreal (with the bollywood movie in the background); the food and great location really make up for it. I had the extremely spice Vindy Aloo and my boyfriend had the somwhat milder but very tasty Chicken Tikka Masala. I'll be trying a lot more from this menu!

Pros: great food, appropriately priced

Cons: quiet and dark inside

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I've never had a bad experience here and always impressed with the quality of food. Give it a try and you won't be disapointed!

2
★★★★★

I've never had a bad experience here and always impressed with the quality of food. Give it a try and you won't be disapointed!

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You won't find any surprises on Planet Bombay's menu, just a nice selection of Indian favorites. I'm really fond of the Vindaloo, and on cold winter nights it's really hard to beat the Mulligatawny stew for comfort food. Friendly, unobtrusive service makes this a really pleasant place to have a good meal.

2
★★★★☆

You won't find any surprises on Planet Bombay's menu, just a nice selection of Indian favorites. I'm really fond of the Vindaloo, and on cold winter nights it's really hard to beat the Mulligatawny stew for comfort food. Friendly, unobtrusive service makes this a really pleasant place to have a good meal.

Pros: friendly, good selection

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I've never been impressed with Planet Bombay's food. While I've never had a horrible experience, most of the dishes I've tasted have flirted with blandness. If you're in Little Five Points and must have Indian food, Planet Bombay suffices, but don't expect anything special.

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★★★☆☆

I've never been impressed with Planet Bombay's food. While I've never had a horrible experience, most of the dishes I've tasted have flirted with blandness. If you're in Little Five Points and must have Indian food, Planet Bombay suffices, but don't expect anything special.

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This isn't the best Indian food I've ever had, but I've never had a bad experience here and the prices are right. Tandoori dishes are a good choice, though the dhal is a bit too soupy. A good place for quick takeout, as well.

1
★★★☆☆

This isn't the best Indian food I've ever had, but I've never had a bad experience here and the prices are right. Tandoori dishes are a good choice, though the dhal is a bit too soupy. A good place for quick takeout, as well.

 

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