Bombay Diner restaurant
204 Barrack Street, Carlow, Carlow town
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Reviewed 07th December 2017 (visited 1 December 2017 )
Absolute top quality service and very professional. Had chicken tikka masala with rice and naan bread. Food could not have been cooked better and waiter was very friendly. I have also used the delivery service alot and it is very fast service and top quality food. Very happy customer and will continue to eat from Bombay and would really recommend it to anyone. ThanksnnAaron
Reviewed 24th June 2015 (visited 18 June 2015 )
Went here on a whim for dinner with my girlfriend as I had never been to an Indian restaurant before. It was around 3pm and the place was empty with only ourselves there. I was a bit sceptical due to the lack of customers but wow was the food lovely. We had some free bread with dip while waiting for our food with lemon flavoured water. They had a great deal of any starter bar seafood plus any main for €15 each which was great value. Both our starters and mains were awesome, so nice we had to keep sharing each others to decide who got the nicest main. They were deceptively large also, neither of us could actually finish it. Will definitely be back, nice quiet atmosphere with some gentle music playing and noise resistant windows to soften the outside traffic. Waiter was nice although said very little pleasantries, kind of a nice change as some places they fall about you too much and won't leave. He mainly just got on with the order once we made it and checked in to see we were ok and was happy to hear how much we liked the food. Again, lovely place and not sure why its not very busy in the early evenings with such a bargain.
Reviewed 17th May 2014 (visited 15 May 2014 )
I brought my friend out to Bombay Diner to treat her to her first Indian cuisine experience and I have to say I was very embarrassed. I got the chicken tikka masala and she got the chicken korma. Both dishes were very bland and there was minimal flavour. To our surprise the rice was not included in the price of the dish which was €13.95 with rice an additional €2.95 (pilau). The waiter had only us to serve as the venue was empty (6pm). He showed no enthusiasm and barely spoke two words to us. We were served water only half way through our meal. We did not enjoy the experience and will never be back. We would not recommend this restaurant at all.