Bombay Palace (Ryde) Reviews
Newest Review: ... a few years back. On my visit to the Bombay Palace two or three weeks ago, the friendly staff welcomed us into the building and showed us to our seats. The decor is modern and pleasant with appropriate artwork adorning the predominantly white walls. The ambient lighting is pleasant too, with purple-tinted illumination adding to the atmosphere. Everything is really clean, and due to the newness of the building, there was an overriding aroma of freshly laid carpet! The menu is fairly extensive, and has a wide selection of both starters and main courses. When it comes to Indian food, i'm not really that experimental, and usually stick to what ... more
Customer Bombay Palace (Ryde) Reviews (3)
by she he - written on 29/08/10
i went to bombay place with reserved seat.i waited over 55min to get my table.they kept telling to wait 5min 4 times.when i got to my table the service's were very poor.ok we made are order veg birayani and ather thing. in the veg birayani i found piece meat init.they diden't care at all.i realy don't advice any one to go there.they treat you like tourist.they jest don't care......
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
When it comes to Indian Restaurants, Ryde on the Isle of Wight has its fair share. In fact, there are around eight or nine of them in a one mile radius, each one featuring a different set of pros and cons. Located next to the Esplanade's canoe lake, the newly opened 'Bombay Palace' is without doubt situated in a beautiful location. Diners can look out over the tree-lined banks of the lake, and watch the swans whilst eating their Kormas and Birianis. The building in which the restaurant is housed has just been built - funnily enough in a Chinese rather than Indian style. The reason for this is down to the fact that the Bombay Palace was originally going to be a Chinese, .. Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
A few months back the building that once stood on the same spot that the recently opened Bombay Palace mysteriously burnt to the ground. It was quite an event on our small Island and it made the front page of the Island's County Press. I can't say that I ever went there, so had no familiarity for what went before as it was usually known for being quite expensive. The Bombay Palace is an Indian restaurant in a mock Chinese building. I'm sure the in and outs of why this is can be found online, but it is in no doubt very boring so I won't go into that here for you guys, I'm sure you just want to know about the food and the ambience. Positioned on the ... Read the complete review
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