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Introduction, Bombay Palace
What things to do in New York. Find the best indian Restaurant bar in New York, in the USA. Bombay Palace "The Culinary Ambassador of India"
invites you to discover a rich culinary heritage that has developed throughout the centuries in India.
Details, Bombay Palace
Bombay Palace are recreating the myriad cuisines of this vast, sprawling nation. India is a huge hodgepodge of culinary styles, each with its own distinctive spices, herbs, ingredients, and techniques, many of which are evident in our efforts. Dishes can contain a blend of 20, 30, 40, or more spices and herbs.
The lavish dining room is decorated with spacious banquettes,
a three-tier Czech crystal chandelier and plush Scottish wool carpeting. As in a palace, portraits of royal personages line the walls. Brass fixtures, imported from Muradabad, the brass capital of India, further enhance the majestic room. The intricacy of the glass etchings featuring palaces, temples, mosques, and gurudwaras, highlight Bombay Palace's commitment to capturing the essence of India's colorful culture.
The exquisite architectural and decorative details of the restaurant create the ambiance of a Maharaja's Palace. Beautiful portraits of royalty are displayed in the dining room, and the walls are ladened with detailed brasswork and intricate glass etchings. The crystal chandelier and carpet woven in Indian designs adds to the regal atmosphere.
The superb Moghlai cookery of Northern India has a growing following and many afficionados of this sophisticated, subtly-spiced cuisine were first introduced to it at a Bombay Palace restaurant. Now for the first time, the chefs of this internationally acclaimed chain of restaurants reveal their secrets in
The Bombay Palace Cookbook-- available for just $9.95.
To order a copy