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Bombay Club

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815 Connecticut Ave NW Washington DC 20006
Phone
(202) 659-3727
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(202) 659-5012

Business Hours

Status: Open

Sunday
11:30am-2:30pm
Monday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
Tuesday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
Wednesday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
Thursday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-10:30pm
Friday
11:30am-2:30pm, 5:30pm-11:30pm
Saturday
5:30am-11:00pm

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The Bombay Club emulates characteristics of the old clubs of India. The elegant environment with pale pastels, ceiling fans, and a profusion of greenery is designed to create a warm and inviting gathering place for relaxation and regeneration. The cuisine is the finest of India, utilizing only the best quality ingredients to create a harmony of subtle flavors. Specialties prepared by Executive...

Bombay Club is one of the leading restaurants and bars in Washington, D.C. Menu offered by the restaurant includes tandoori scallops, crab masala, chicken tikka kalimirch, Goan shrimp masala, seekh kabab, tandoori chicken chops, vegetarian Bombay thali, Parsi chicken curry, and chicken makhani from Delhi. It also offers lamb vindaloo, fish curry, lobster Malabar, green chili chicken, lamb...

Through passion, pride and dedication, The Bombay Club has gained a unique position in the Washington social and dining environment. Our meticulously prepared regional cuisine, award winning wine list, beautiful old Club setting, our seamless service and welcoming smile, have created an atmosphere of relaxed elegance.

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The Bombay Club Restaurant Review

One of DC’s first Indian restaurants, The Bombay Club continues to play host to many of the world’s most powerful leaders with elegant food that is befitting its smart, classy décor. Designed to resemble a colonial club during the period of the Raj, the restaurant maintains its understated decorum, and sitting in the palm-bedecked dining room with the ceiling fans whirling quietly overhead...

"Refinement pervades" this "sophisticated Indian" a few "steps from the White House", where "delightful" dishes are served "with style" in "serene", "British raj" environs "tinkling" with live piano – no wonder "Washington-type celebrities abound" at its "luxuriously big tables"; tabs are "upscale but won't break the bank", especially for the "amazing" Sunday brunch.

One block from the White House, the beautiful Bombay Club tries to re-create the refined aura of British private clubs in colonial India. Potted palms and a bright blue ceiling above white plaster moldings adorn the dining room. On the menu are unusual seafood specialties and a large number of vegetarian dishes, but the real standouts are the aromatic curries. The bar, furnished with rattan...

Where Hollywood eats if and when Hollywood comes to Washington. Also, all the presidents and all the king's men. Skipping distance from the real West Wing. British colonial brass scripted by W. Somerset Maugham complete with tinkling white piano, wood ceiling fans, and sashaying butlers. Carpets match your most expensive shoes. Indian menu identical to most but regales royals with wonderfully...

Average Rating
70

Twenty years old and still going strong is the delightful Bombay Club. A recent sprucing-up added punches of pink in the decor and surprising new tastes in the menu: A kebab of ground duck is flavored with chilies and ginger; eggplant is roasted in a tandoor oven, then combined with sautéed onions, ginger, and yogurt. Yum.

But Bombay Club favorites remain: the ultrafiery green chili chicken...

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As always, The food and service were excellent! I can never say enough good things about Bombay Club!

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We started with two glasses of a Merlot wine which was excellent. We then ordered samosa chat (butternut squash, green peas and yogurt) for an appetizer, and followed this with two orders of Gobi Matar (cauliflower, peas and ginger). The appetizer and Gobi Matar were both excellent! One of the best meals we have ever had. The waiter was very attentive and polite, and the atmosphere was quiet...

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Wonderful atmosphere, wonderful service, the flowers were fresh and the waiters spoke English.

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Excellent authentic Indian cuisine with a modern touch. Perfectly spicy. Good wine list. Surprisingly inexpensive for its class. A definite upgrade from Rasika.

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I'm a regular. Try The Bombay Club! I think anyone with discrimination taste would like it.

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Through passion, pride and dedication, The Bombay Club has gained a unique position in the Washington social and dining environment. Our meticulously prepared regional cuisine, award winning wine list, beautiful old Club setting, our seamless service and welcoming smile, have created an atmosphere of relaxed elegance. The Bombay Club has served the "who's who" including Former President...

Bombay Club Restaurant the can be found at Connecticut Ave Nw 815. The following is offered: Restaurants: Southeast Asian. The entry is present with us since Sep 8, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Washington there are 29 other Restaurants: Southeast Asian . An overview can be found here.

The official page of The Bombay Club, part of the Knightsbridge Restaurant Group. We invite you to share a memorable experience with us!

This Indian dining experience has been shared by the celebrities of Washington and further afield. Former presidents Bill Clinton, George H W Bush and Nelson Mandela have all dined here. All customers can choose from dishes like mango fish tikka, mulligatawney soup and lamb rogan josh.

The Bombay Club emulates characteristics of the old clubs of India. The elegant environment with pale pastels, ceiling fans, and a profusion of greenery is designed to create a warm and inviting gathering place for relaxation and regeneration. The cuisine is the finest of India, utilizing only the best quality ingredients to create a harmony of subtle flavors. Specialties prepared by Executive...

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