About Bombay Quay
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About the restaurant
One will never struggle to find a decent local curry house in the UK, with Indian food always very high up the priority list for those looking for somewhere to spend their hard-earned on a Friday night. That said, the cadre of curry houses in Northwich has just gained another big hitter in the form of Bombay Quay, where they bring the best of what is now known as Mumbai to London Road, right in the centre of the town centre. They offer a range of Indian favourites from bhajis and pakoras to start, tandoori meats and chops to follow and any number of curry classics to get you well on your way to a great night out in Northwich. Book a table and head on over.
Bombay Quay is a new curry house in Northwich, but they’re old hands at the Indian restaurant game. They are an offshoot of Bombay 8 in Warrington, a family-owned and award-winning curry house, so they’ve got the chops – tandoori lamb, most likely – that mean that their opening in Northwich town centre was met with no little fanfare. Their owner, and member of the family that runs Bombay 8, is Jango Alam, and his staff are able to produce all the favourites of the curry house genre, with more than a few surprisingly specialities to be enjoyed along the way.
The curry house tradition is long in the UK, and indeed in Northwich, and there are key elements which must be correct for an Indian restaurant to be successful. Bombay Quay has all of them in spades. Poppadoms to start, then pakoras, samosas, bhajis and more fried favourites to follow, as well as lashings of tandoori tikka specials and meat dishes. The curry menu is long and storied, with everything from korma and bhuna, through dupiaza and jalfrezi and on up to vindaloo and madras. Book a table at Bombay Quay on London Road in Northwich town centre and enjoy them all.