Bombay Palace (Hawaii)

As you know, David and I toured the northern part of India in 2012 and consider it the best trip we have ever taken during our marriage.

When Bombay Palace opened recently in Honolulu, we reserved a table for lunch, eager to taste Indian cuisine, as prepared by a Pakistani chef.

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Here we are at the restaurant:

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We started with Vegetarian Pakoras and two types of spicy sauce:

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Garlic Naan:

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Rice and Coconut Chicken Curry:

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Lamb Shish Kabab, served on a sizzling platter:

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We ordered everything MILD, because we don’t like food that is too hot. Oh, the food was so delicious and full of gorgeous flavor.  It cost about $50.00 without drinks.

I must say that the food here tasted better than the food we ate in India.  No kidding.

We absolutely will return to Bombay Palace, which is located in the Discovery Bay building on Ala Moana Blvd.  There is validated parking inside the building.

If you want detailed information about the items on the menu, do google Bombay Palace and read the information on their website.  They are open for lunch and dinner.

5 Responses to “Bombay Palace (Hawaii)”

  1. Joanne Noragon Says:

    How nice to find a good and authentic restaurant. It doesn’t generally happen that way.

  2. Olga Says:

    I like Indian food if it is not too spicy. You are lucky to ive wre there is such an array of word cuisine.

  3. Christine Says:

    The food looks delicious and authentic, I would’ve ordered similar dishes to you.

  4. Linda Starr Says:

    I love Indian food and I do like it spicy. I have been buying prepared Indian curry paste at our grocery store and using it on my dishes and I also buy peanut sauce which is more Thai, it’s all good.

  5. DJan Says:

    I like it spicy and love Indian food. We have a good place here in Bellingham, but I don’t know how authentic it is. I just like it. 🙂

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