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Great Indian takeway in London : Bombay Palace

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

Dining in London has never been so exciting. The run of the mill takeaways appear to be the thing of the past.

The modern takeaway experience consists of fine dining brought to your very door step. Fast and efficient takeaway service in London is the way of life for some many eating and living on the go.

For those who are passionate about Indian food an Indian food takeaway favorite is the Bombay Palace Restaurant. The Bombay Palace Restaurant is located in the heart of London at 50 Connaught Street London – W2. This restaurant offers a far-reaching delivery service that covers many of London’ multifaceted boroughs.

Specifically delivering takeaway service is provided for W1, W2, W8, W9, W11, NW8, NW1, SW1, SW3, SW5, SW7, & SW10 (only North of Kings Road). A small delivery charge of £2.50 per order makes this not only a convenient alternative to dining but also a very affordable alternative. Bombay Palace offers delivery between 6.30 pm & 10.30. The estimated delivery time is between 45 to 55 minutes so do allow for any unforeseeable delays when planning a get together. The worst thing would be to have your guest kept unnecessarily waiting.

Bombay Palace provides special discount pricing for orders over 5, 10 or 20 portion of each item. Each meal is comprehensively packed in reusable containers. Not only is Bombay Palace Restaurant wonderful for home cuisine but also the one to consider when planning a corporate event, conference, office party or anniversary of any kind.

The restaurant menu includes Shuruvat – Starters, Tandoori Khazana Barbecues, Rasio Se Chicken & Lamb, Samunder – Seafood, Sabzian, Raitas Salads and Sifarish just to name a few. Tandoori Khazana Barbecues are especially a favorite in the Indian Cuisine dining experience. The barbecues consist of marinated poultry, meats and vegetables are delicately grilled in the clay oven. This seals the marinade to enhances the flavour. This form of food preparation is considered to be specific to the cuisine known as Punjab. Starter menus are priced from £4.50 to £7.50. While the main course menu price ranges from £7.60 to £14.40.

Must try is dishes include the pan-cooked lobster in thick gravy with a fenugreek priced £23.00 and the Sifarish - Chef Recommendation Aloo Chutneywale comprised of stuffed potatoes finished in a sauce priced at £9.40 and Malai Kofta a vegetable dumplings in saffron for that something out of this dining experience at £9.80.

Photo of Bombay Palace, London originally posted by Kake Pugh

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Venere Travel Blog writer kesha coggins

Kesha, a poet and freelancer writer, embraces individuality. She is a passionate lover of freedom and expression. She also enjoys writing and communicate to all levels of media. Most of all enjoys the challenge of writing and formulating ideas.

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