Bombay Palace Restaurant

Bombay Palace Restaurant

Bombay Palace

 
Address: 71 Jarvis Street,
Toronto, ON, M5C 2H2, Canada
Phone: (416) 368-8048
Fax: (416) 368-8049
E-mail: N/A
Website: N/A
Reservation: Make a Reservation
Delivery: Order Online
Online Menu
Online Menu
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Vegetarian Menu
Aloo Ghobi (click for more info...)
Bombay Aloo (click for more info...)
Cauliflower Masala (click for more info...)
Channa Masala (click for more info...)
Cheese Kofta Curry (click for more info...)
Cumin Potatoes
Daal (click for more info...)
Eggplant Bharta (click for more info...)
Matter Paneer (click for more info...)
Mushroom Kaju Muttar (click for more info...)
Navratna Korma (click for more info...)
Okra Do Peaza (click for more info...)
Paneer Makhani (click for more info...)
Saag Alu (click for more info...)
Saag Paneer (click for more info...)
Vegetable Jalfraize (click for more info...)
Hot-Cold Appetizers
Aloo Papri Chat
Appetizer Platter (click for more info...)
Bhel Puri
Chicken Pakora
Cocktail Seekh Kebab
Garden Salad
Mango Chutney
Masala Onion.
Muligutawny Shorba (click for more info...)
Onion Bhajia
Papad
Prawn Patio (click for more info...)
Raita
Samosa (click for more info...)
Vegetable Pakoras
Rotiyan
Alu Paratha (click for more info...)
Crispy Whole Wheat Roti (click for more info...)
Garlic Kulcha (click for more info...)
Kashmiri Naan (click for more info...)
Laccha Paratha (click for more info...)
Naan (click for more info...)
Onion Kulcha (click for more info...)
Palace Naan (click for more info...)
Paneer Kulcha (click for more info...)
Rice Specialities
Basmati Pulao (click for more info...)
Hyderabadi Biryani (click for more info...)
Kashmiri Pulao (click for more info...)
Navratana Pulao (click for more info...)
Shajehani Biryani (click for more info...)
Steamed Basmati Rice
Seafood Entrees
Bombay Fish Curry (click for more info...)
Fish Malabari Curry (click for more info...)
Prawn Masala (click for more info...)
Prawn Vindaloo (click for more info...)
Zinga Jalfraize (click for more info...)
Dessert and Beverages
Canned Pop Or Water Bottle
Gulab Jamun
Juice (click for more info...)
Rasmalai
Chicken Dishes
Chicken Curry
Chicken Jalfrazie (click for more info...)
Chicken Keema (click for more info...)
Chicken Korma Kashmiri (click for more info...)
Chicken Tikka Masala (click for more info...)
Madras Chicken (click for more info...)
Makhani Chicken (click for more info...)
Saag Chicken (click for more info...)
Tandoori Specialities
Chicken Tikka (click for more info...)
Jumbo Prawns Tandoori (click for more info...)
Lamb Chops Kandahari (click for more info...)
Seekh Kebab (click for more info...)
The Tandoori Chicken (Full) (click for more info...)
The Tandoori Chicken (Half) (click for more info...)
Fresh Lamb and Beef Specialities
Curry (click for more info...)
Gosht Patiala (click for more info...)
Karachi-Kadai Gosht (click for more info...)
Nilgiri (click for more info...)
Roganjosh (click for more info...)
Sali Boti (click for more info...)
Vindaloo (click for more info...)
For the Iron-Heated
Ginger Chicken Pepper Fry (click for more info...)
Lamb Bhoona Masala (click for more info...)
Seafood Vindaloo (click for more info...)
Specials
Palace Feast- For One (click for more info...)
Palace Feast- For Two (click for more info...)
Palace Sizzling Grill (click for more info...)
Sakahari Bhojan (click for more info...)

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