Perennial Food Awards winner Bombay Palace certainly has pedigree – with four successive wins in this category, the renowned restaurant has proven time and time again to be the undisputed heavyweight in the Indian fine dining scene. Housed in a majestic white colonial bungalow on Jalan Tun Razak, Bombay Palace plates up high quality Northern Indian fare fit for royalty. The food is decidedly on the pricey side, but with commendable service and a regal ambience that has yet to be replicated in the city centre, Bombay Palace is still the one to beat.
Bombay Palace was shortlisted Best Indian in the Time Out KL Food Awards 2013, and won in the same category in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012. Our food awards are 100% voted for by the people of KL. This way, we guarantee that popularity and consistent performance is rewarded.
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20 Jalan Sultan Ismail
|Opening hours:||Daily, 11.30am-3.30pm, 6pm-11pm|
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OK TOKL readers you are going to have to explain this one to me. I don't understand how Bombay Palace has won any TO awards unless every other Indian in town is awful which I doubt but intend to investigate. I visited the newly opened restaurant in the Life Centre and admittedly being a fan of the NY, DC, London and Bombay branches, I had high hopes which were dashed big time. The food was mediocre, the decor OK but the service was appalling! I may have ordered the wrong dishes but my Chicken dish which my server warned me would be "spicy" was as bland as it comes. The Chicken Pakoras I ordered as an appetizer were just a glob of battered something, not worthy of even Chicken McNuggets. The piece de resistance was the service which is wretched. I endured sitting for 35 minutes without being approached by a single server or floor manager. A word to the wise, don't order the RM89 carafe of house wine, it's a rip off. All in all this was a very disappointing experience.