This Indian restaurant takes its culinary influence from the Hakka people of Mumbai. Based in Hammersmith, Bombay Chow serves up memorable Indo-Chinese meals and drinks.
Indo-Chinese restaurants aren’t very common in London, and Bombay Chow fills a much needed gap in the market. The menu combines Indian and Chinese cuisine, inspired by the Hakka people who migrated from China to settle in Mumbai. A favourite of regulars is the Hakka chicken, spiced with chilli, garlic and soy. The cocktail list is also well-loved featuring classic drinks and other fusion mixes for the more adventurous guests in your party.
|Typical meal price||From £25.00 per diner|
£25 and under
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Venue Details & Map
220 King StreetLondonW6 0RA
Top 5 reviews of Bombay Chow
Nice place. Highly recommended if your are craving Kolkata style chilli chicken and indo-chinese food. This place is a saviour! Have visited a number of times and have never ever been disappointed. more
Very good food. Subtle and nice ambience. Service is good, however it takes a bit long for the waiter to always attend to us. The only thing that spoils it for me is the restaurant's smell.. fills up the entire place.. not sure what diffuseur or what they use but it kills the appetite.
Otherwise great place to try !! more
Bombay Chow is one of the few restaurants in London specialising in Indochinese food, located near Ravenscourt Station.
Their restaurant itself was very inviting from the moment we stepped in with it's spotlights lighting the darken restaurant and looked warm reflecting off the bright vivid artwork on the wall. Decor was kept simple with its dark grey walls against red painted pillars with... more
Little removed from the heart of london, but worth checking out! Delicious food (be sure to say no MSG!). The only part that sucked was the service. Both our servers were slow and MIA all the time.. so the owner was running around as well. But he was great!
We tried the spring rolls, which were clearly homemade with big pieces of vegetables. Veg Manchurian that also had big fritters of... more
This was highly recommended by a friend so paid a visit few days ago. We were at Southbank and our first choose was Ping Pong but it had a 2 1/2 hr wait on a Thursday evening! Bombay Chao is Very close to Ravenscourt Park underground station (District Line) and upon arrival I noticed the place bit smaller than I expected.
Bombay Chao is Moderately priced with Good selection of drinks and... more