Sat on Gray Street in the Broughty Ferry area of Dundee, just a stone’s throw away from the banks of the River Tay, is an award-winning Indian eatery that goes by the name of Bombay Joe’s.
Winner of the 2015 Scottish Curry awards, the restaurant is a haven for lovers of the cuisine, where they’ll be treated to a host of tantalising flavours that promise to excite the palate and satisfy the appetite.
Be they looking to enjoy an evening repast with some loved ones, or in the midst of an afternoon of exploration in an area that is home to the fascinating Broughty Castle Museum, all are offered a warm welcome at Bombay Joe’s. This invitation is extended to tastecard members, who are able to partake in all of the dishes served on their a la carte menu at a fabulous price, provided they call in advance with their card.
Offering up a host of classics, including the fiery madras, the mild and creamy korma and the medium rogan josh, Bombay Joe’s is the place to visit for any curry that finds themselves looking for a traditional number, while there are also a number of options that could be placed slightly outside that box. Particularly enticing examples of such can be seen in the mango based Kashmir, the banana incorporated Burma, and the bhuna special, which is served very dry with chicken, prawns and lamb.
Alongside the sub-continental delicacies available, there are also a variety of European dishes that are ideal for the curry averse, including the quintessentially British fish, chips and peas, the succulent sirloin steak, and the gratifying mushroom omelette – ensuring that all walks of life are catered for at Bombay Joe’s.