Located in the Scottish town of Airdrie, Bombay Palace is a popular local Indian restaurant found in the very heart of the town centre.
Boasting a convenient spot next to the main train station, this lovely little Indian eatery dishes up an affordable menu of classic Indian cuisine and is a top choice for many of the town’s Indian food fans.
The menu is an extensive offering of Indian cuisine where old favourites combine with more unusual regional offerings while a range of European dishes are also included for those who prefer something a little less spicy.
The restaurant specialises in the food of the Punjab region of India with some great options to sample. The Juhlunder is a wonderfully tasty dish, featuring chicken tikka cooked with brandy, green chillies, green peppers and onions, as is the Punjabi garlic chicken with medium Indian herbs and spices. Bombay Palace is also well loved for its Munchy Boxes which include chicken and vegetable pakoras, donner meat, salad, chips, chilli sauce, pitta bread and a drink and are perfect for those who like a little taste of everything.
Fans of the traditional curry sauces will not be disappointed, the menu features almost all of them, all served with chicken, lamb, prawns or vegetables and accompanied by the usual rice or fresh Indian breads.
Traditional best describes the dining room of Bombay Palace, with arched style seating and white linen topped tables. Service is excellent and is yet another reason this local Airdrie restaurant is popular.