Located on Paddington Street, this bustling Indian and Bangladeshi restaurant in London is always filled with locals, commuters, businessmen and tourists enjoying Bombay Spice’s award-winning cuisine. In his quest to banish clichéd Indian flavours, successful restaurateur Luku Babul Bor has revived traditional recipes for classic dishes at Bombay Spice much to the delight of the discerning curry connoisseur. Head chef Mohammed Uddin trained in five-star hotels in India, and customers are always clamouring for a table here so it is wise to book in advance. Suitable for business lunches and after-work parties, you’ll thoroughly enjoy this dining experience and the staff at Bombay Spice are attentive and helpful.
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Venue Details & Map
50 Paddington StreetMayfairLondonW1U 4HP
- Public transport:
- Baker Street, Underground
Having searched much of Marylebone for an Indian restaurant that didn't want to redefine Indian cuisine and charge you for the privilege of eating in the area we ended up at Bombay Spice, where my friends had eaten before.
The menu consists of some of the usual English-Indian favourites (lamb pasanda, chicken tikka masala) plus a few dishes that added a bit of interest for anyone fancying a...more
Bombay Spice serves up quality Indian food at decent prices. As a student, the 20% discount is really nice. They also offer 10% off all take away orders.
The service is good and the waiters very friendly. After just a few visits they remembered my order.
I always order the cheese nan! It's perfectly pan fried with a gooey, cheesy inside.
The chicken korma, tikka masala, and paka are all...more
While the food is decent, not great, it's an easy, casual spot to grab a bite, with a 25% student discount. There's quite a bit of selection, and they are flexible in letting you adjust your plate to more or less spicy. (Just don't forget to say please... the staff always seems rather grouchy!)
Highly recommend coming at lunch hour instead of dinner. The wait to receive your food can feel...more
So, during my first two full nights in London I had take-away from two Indian restaurants that are literally right next door to each other and half-a-block from my place. I figure I should make them two of my first reviews, and might as well knock it out in a two-fer review. Here we go.
The two places are The Rajadoot, with the prime corner position, weighing in at 3.5 stars on 2 reviews, and...more
We tried Bombay Spice on our recent trip to London. The experience was ok, not great, not bad, just ok. The place is a bit cramped, especially the back little sunken room they seated us. It was a bit warm too. I ordered butter chicken and I must say, it was not what I expected. I haven't had enough Indian food in London to know whether that is a standard way to prepare it in London or...more