Thursday, October 19, 2006

Bombay House

Bombay House is a Salt Lake City institution. For years they served authentic Indian cuisine out of a small and non-descript space in a strip mall, which was always packed with locals in climbing pants and fleece. Recently they have moved to a larger, though no more intriguing space in the lot of a parking lot. K Mart's parking lot, to be specific. (Surely K Mart's business has reaped the rewards.) But don't let the appearance fool you; Bombay House offers some of the best Indian food in the Intermountain West.

Okay, this doesn't really count as a "restaurant review" since we cheated and got takeout tonight. But we just want to spread the word to anyone who may be considering a ski outing this winter or a jaunt down Park City's Main Street during Sundance, be sure to stop at Bombay House on your way. It's conveniently located off of I-80 and I-215, depending on your preferred ski resort, and they even bring a sweet jar of fennel seeds and pastel candies to your table at the end of the meal to help with the breath factor.

Chicken Tikka Masala - $11.95
J likes it extra, extra, extra hot

The chicken has a smoky flavor and the sweet bell peppers,
tomatoes and cream
are complemented by the masala spices.

K opts for the Paneer Masala - $10.95

Thick chunks of homemade cheese are cooked with onions, tomatoes,
garlic, ginger, cream and spices. Too bad they don't
give you the breath-fighting fennel seeds with takeout orders.

Bombay House
2731 East Parley's Way
Salt Lake City, UT
(801) 581-0222


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