Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

 Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

We were walking on 9th Avenue when we stumbled upon Bombay Grill House and the photo of their thali, a plate containing various dishes making a full meal, from appetizer to dessert. I discover Thali many years ago in Mumbai and specifically remembered one that was vegetarian, that I loved, a weird thing to write considering my love for meat...Anyway, I kept Bombay Grill House in mind and few weeks later, we decided to try their cuisine. The place was not that full, although we could see traces of a large table that left probably before we arrived.

 Dining room at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Dining room at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Without any hesitation, I went for their mango lassi that was pretty good: thick and not too sweet.

 Mango lassi at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Mango lassi at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

 Mango lassi at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Mango lassi at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Jodi went for the vegetarian thali while I went for the non-vegetarian one. Hers had:

 Vegetarian thali at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Vegetarian thali at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Samosa:

 Samosa at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Samosa at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Saag paneer:

 Saag paneer at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Saag paneer at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Vegetable vindaloo:

 Vegetable vindaloo at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Vegetable vindaloo at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Paneer tikka masala:

 Paneer tikka masala at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Paneer tikka masala at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Chutney: 

 Chutney at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Chutney at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Dal Pranchatna Jaipuri:

 Dal pranchatna jaipuri at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Dal pranchatna jaipuri at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Rice:

 White rice at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

White rice at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Kheer or rice pudding:

 Kheer or rice pudding at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Kheer or rice pudding at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

On my side, I got:

 Non-vegetarian thali at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Non-vegetarian thali at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Lamb vindaloo:

 Lamb vindaloo at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Lamb vindaloo at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Dal pranchatna Jaipuri:

 Dal pranchatna Jaipuri at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Dal pranchatna Jaipuri at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Samosa:

 Samosa at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Samosa at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Rice:

 Rice at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Rice at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

 Non-vegetarian thali at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Non-vegetarian thali at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Saag paneer:

 Saag Paneer at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Saag Paneer at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Chutney:

 Chutney at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Chutney at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Tandoori chicken:

 Tandoori chicken at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Tandoori chicken at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Rice pudding or kheer:

 Rice pudding at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Rice pudding at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

With the thali came some papadum as well as some naan, both delicious, although the naan did not look that great...

 Papadum at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Papadum at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

 Naan at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

Naan at Bombay Grill House in Hell's Kitchen

We left full. Definitely, for $16.95, the thali at Bombay Grill House is a good deal. The only regret is that you cannot choose one of the entrees and I thought that the choice of vegetable or lamb vindaloo was odd considering that this dish is usually very spicy (they made it mild for us). I would definitely go back there, but this time to try other dishes, although I might be again tempted by the thali. So good!

Enjoy (I did)!

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