The food is good. Good tandori, great curry, everything is a sure hit. Every dish is on the strong side, nothing lacks great taste. However, would I make a special trip to Taste of Bombay? Sorry, but I don't think so.
Best Buffet Lunch - 2007
Taste of Bombay
This little downtown spot is a favorite of lawyers and bankers in the know leave it to affluent powerbrokers to find the best deals. For $9.95, you get a beautiful feast of chicken, beef, and lamb vindaloos and tandoris, piles of flaky samosas, pools of creamy dal, and addictive vegetable dishes such as aloo gobi, an aromatic blend of cauliflower, potatoes and green peas. Okay, you're thinking, but I don't want to eat in some grungy joint. Far from it: linen table cloths, nice silver, and prompt service make Taste of Bombay an all-around sensory treat. If for some reason one of your party can't handle the Indian delicacies, they can check out the smaller Chinese buffet and pizza selection at Taste of Bombay's next-door annex.