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Me and my friend had several dishes. I had the butter chicken.
Unfortunately it tasted like nothing. I don't eat very spicy but if I go to and Indian I want to taste the curry, the herbs the ingredients etc.
Don't understand why this place...More
There is one food that we love and it is Indian cuisine. My better have needs a gluten free and at time lactose free foods and we can always count that we can find these at a Indian restaurant. The naan and tandoori chicken are...More
The service is ridiculously slow. We were only given plates and utensils an hour after we had sat down, and food was no where to be seen. It was not even particularly busy and they just couldn’t pull it together. Will not recommend.
I keep coming back to this lovely restaurant. I very much enjoy the atmosphere: warm colors, dimmed lights. The staff is friendly and professional and the food is full of aromas, always freshly made.highly recommended. A true neighborhood gem!
Not a real good experience. Good veg food but non veg indian food is tasteless. dont even serve Atta Rotis most of it is Maida Naans. staff is not very friendly and doesn't even smile. does not have a good menu for lunch buffets. but...More
In Vienna found a place where my wife & I could enjoy Indian food with a touch of home aromatic flavour. From dal, sabzi, rotis, rice, curds, papad, salads, chicken korma & tasty sweet dish I found that items were freshly made & hot while...More
We were a group of 8 people for lunch.We ordered yellow dal,gobhi aloo, rotis,chicken gravy,etc.Dal was good but gobhi aloo was bland but we managed with pickle.Non veg dishes were good.Service was good.The staff was helpful and gentle.
This restaurant was right opposite the apartment we had rented fir our honeymoon and trust me they serve the best Indian food in Vienna. The owner and his wife are very warm and welcoming. They prepared the food according to our taste.
Date of visit: May 2017
Rajinder K, Owner at Bombay, responded to this reviewResponded 28 January 2018
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