4625 Donnelly Ave, Fort Worth, TX | Directions 7610732.728772 -97.389229
Monday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Tuesday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Friday 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Saturday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Sunday 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM
Best Indian in Town – I love Indian food and have been to every major Indian restaurant in DFW (and a few hole in the walls) and this is by far the best. It is definitely not the place to go if you're looking for atmosphere or ambiance, just a plain four walls in a shopping center, but it definitely has the richest, most flavor-full dishes. I personally recommend the Chana Masala Punjabi - It's my favorite.
Best Indian Food in DFW!!!!!!! – We absolutely love Bombay Grill. we have been going there for years and recently used them to cater one of our parties and the food was delicious.
Great Food and Even Better Price – At Bombay Grill Indian Food they have the best buffet in town. It gives you the ability to try different Indian Food and see what you like before you go and order during dinner time. The food is amazing and the price is even better.
Best Indian Food Anywhere – I travel a lot to NYC and San Francisco all the time and this is by far the best Indian food I've had. I recommend going during the week and doing the lunch buffet. It is really inexpensive <$6 and you can try all sort of different dishes so when you go for dinner you know what you liked. If you happen to go for dinner the vegetable pakora for appetizer and the chicken tika mashala are absolute winners.
Great Indian Food – My wife and I just went for the first time to this place and we absolutely loved it. They have some of the best Indian food i have ever tried at a very modest price
Horrible Service and Bad Food – Owner is very rude and abusive to customers. He used filthy words and threatened customers with force just for complaining about his behavior. Service is very poor. I would not recommend this restaurant at all; it is not safe to be around this person.
Visit this place at your own risk – As much as the name suggests,this is not actually Indain food but actually Punjabi(Pakistani) food.
It is the only the cafe style Indian restaurants in Fortworth.The owners obviously bought the business and did not want to change the name to trick customers into thinking it is the old one.I visited them three times with my co-workers andeach time the quality keeps degrading.There used to be two ladies from the family that used to run the business who are hosts and are a little bit courteous.This timeI did not even see them and Some spanish speaking folks have replaced them.About their food:The price of the buffet $5.95 seems very reasonable and tempting but here is the real deal.They have a total of 6 dishes excluding the salads and each of them is worse than other.You can smell raw chicken out of their tandoor chicken,you never find panner in their saag paneer.Their kadi with with pakora is so much full of packaged masala that you will end up hurting your stomach.Here is the best part---Service: They have a limited staff who work in the kitchen(2 in total),although they ask you to take fresh plates for your visit,no body clears your table.If you try to help yourself by putting the plates dirty plates on the next table,you get a rude warning from the owner not to do so as it spoils the lookl of the restauarant(I wish he could have told this to his workers).When we asked him why does not he send people to clean the table....he insisted that we should let the dirty plates sit around till someone comes ...We replied that we cannot let plates sit for more than 15 minutes .. This answer of ours has woken up the worst beast in him and he started yelling and used foul language against us and challenged us to meet outside in the parking lot.I could not beleive my ears.If you think I am faking or trying to take revenge..you are welcome to check it out yourself.This was my worst dining experience ever in Fortworth in two years. also had upset stomach
worst Indian food experience ever!!!!! – I have lived in NYC and recently moved to FW area. I travel a lot, and actually just returned from Delhi. So on a whim tonight, I thought "Indian food sounds great" but instead was horribly disappointed. Upon receiving the food, it looked so horrible, that we did not even accept is as a meal, instead asked for refund and walked out hungry. The worst part was that the staff did not even know their own menu. If you are looking for an authentic cuisine you are better off calling your local Chinese delivery.
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