About Bombay Tandoori
About the restaurant
It’s incredible. For over thirty-five years this pioneering restaurant has been blowing guests away with their Indian cuisine. The longevity of the joint is the best recommendation possible, but it’s a longevity built on a pioneering spirit. Bombay Palace, or just the Bombay to Leamington Spa locals, was one of the first Indian restaurants in the Birmingham region – and this is saying something for the UK curry capital – to offer tandoori-style cooking. There are a lot of firsts at play in Bombay Palace’s history, and if you haven’t been to their restaurant down Regent Street already, make your first reservation now and see why Bombay Palace remains legendary.
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Royal Leamington Spa is a good half hour to an hour’s travel time from Birmingham, but it’s from this humble Indian restaurant along Leamington Spa’s Regent Street that the concept of Indian tandoori cooking was leaked to the British public. The expert chefs at Bombay Palace have been cooking up a feast in the clay oven since 1980, and their pioneering spirit doesn’t end there. Bombay Palace can also claim to be the first Indian restaurant to offer karai, braised Indian delicacies, and the thali, the platter of small dishes which can be described as the Indian equivalent of Spanish tapas.
Bombay Palace is known around Leamington Spa as simply The Bombay, and when visitors from Birmingham or Coventry make their way into this picturesque town looking for an unturned stone of a curry house (Birmingham curry fans are, well, fanatic), all fingers point to Bombay Palace down Regent Street. There are swags of special offers here, delivery to a wide area, a VIP club for regulars and more. Be sure to enquire when you book a table at this jewel in the crown of Indian restaurants.