Also, located in Sugar House in Salt Lake...
Ah Bombay House, such a good ol' favorite.
Apparently in India they make their food very, extremely, spicy-hot, so if that's your experience and didn't like it, give it another shot here at the Bombay House.
Just be sure to order your food mild or medium.
We're medium folks.
|Vegetable Pakora: seasoned mixed vegetables |
mixed with chickpea flour and deep fried
Pakora is one of our favorite Indian dishes.
|Strawberry Lassi: refreshing yogurt drink |
blended with strawberries and homemade yogurt
I just about drank this entire, tangy, strawberry lassi in one big sip.
Have you tried lassi?
Try the mango or strawberry lassi on your next visit to Bombay House.
|Paneer Masala: homemade cheese cooked with bell pepper, onions, garlic, ginger, tomatoes, cream and spices|
This was my first experience eating paneer.
It's cheese, so of course it was good.
|Lamb Coconut Kurma: boneless lamb cooked with coconut milk, onions, garlic, ginger, tomatoes, cashew nuts, golden raisins and spices|
The flavors and spices used in Indian food is a beautiful thing.
|Garlic Naan: teardrop-shaped white bread baked in tandoor (clay oven) with a touch of garlic|
Naan is basically a must-order when eating here. Can't go waisting the leftover sauce on your plate! Clean it up with our favorite, the Garlic Naan.
|Cucumber Raita: a tangy mixture of cucumber, tomatoes, onions and spices |
mixed with fresh homemade yogurt
An accompaniment to we-don't-know-what, but it was delicious to dip our naan in and to cool our spicy-hot mouths.
|Peshawari Naan: Indian bread stuffed with a mix of coconut, raisins and cashews, |
and baked in tandoor (clay oven)
This Peshawari Naan was a new one for us. A new crave! The mixture of ground up bits of coconut, raisins, and cashews was sweet & nutty. Loved it.
It actually took care of my sweet tooth (along with the lassi), and good thing too, because I was stuffed! I always want to order dessert here, but I'm always too full. I've heard good things about Indian Mango ice cream, so one of these days....
Family friendly. $10-15 per entree. A well-run business is how I feel about Bombay House.
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