Restaurant Reviews from SHARRAR

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Credibility Score:
52.5%

County: Cork

No. of Reviews: 1

Member Since: 06 July 2011

Last Visit: 06 July 2011

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Bombay Palace Indian Restaurant

14/15 Cook Street, Cork City, Cork

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Cuisine:
Cheap Eats

Price Range:

Good
36 reviews

Reviewed 06th July 2011 ( visited 05th July 2011 )

Had quite a nice meal here. Complementary poppadoms were in fact a single complementary one, between two of us! Half a poppadom each must be the stingiest I've encounted in my life! The onion bhaji starters though were very delicious - just the right balance between crispy and soft, and not in any way too greasy. The main courses were mixed reception. The prawn Jalfrezi was lovely - right amount of spice and meaty prawns. The bread and rice were very good, rice was fluffy and bread was great (again nothing greasy here). The veggie korma was ok but was loaded with green peppers that my partner was not that keen on. Overall a nice meal though and would go back.
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Bombay Palace Indian Restaurant

14/15 Cook Street, Cork City, Cork

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Cuisine:
Cheap Eats

Price Range:

Good
36 reviews

Reviewed 06th July 2011 ( visited 05th July 2011 )

Had quite a nice meal here. Complementary poppadoms were in fact a single complementary one, between two of us! Half a poppadom each must be the stingiest I've encounted in my life! The onion bhaji starters though were very delicious - just the right balance between crispy and soft, and not in any way too greasy. The main courses were mixed reception. The prawn Jalfrezi was lovely - right amount of spice and meaty prawns. The bread and rice were very good, rice was fluffy and bread was great (again nothing greasy here). The veggie korma was ok but was loaded with green peppers that my partner was not that keen on. Overall a nice meal though and would go back.
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Bombay Palace Indian Restaurant
14/15 Cook Street, Cork City, Cork

Had quite a nice meal here. Complementary poppadoms were in fact a single complementary one, between two of us! Half a poppadom each must be the stingiest I've encounted in my life! The onion bhaji starters though were very delicious - just the right balance between crispy and soft, and not in any way too greasy. The main courses were mixed reception. The prawn Jalfrezi was lovely - right amount of spice and meaty prawns. The bread and rice were very good, rice was fluffy and bread was great (again nothing greasy here). The veggie korma was ok but was loaded with green peppers that my partner was not that keen on. Overall a nice meal though and would go back.

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