Bombay Indian Restaurant / Wien

Neustiftgasse Neubaugasse Wien 1070
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 15:00
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 18:00 - 23:30
# 530 of 1639 Restaurants in Vienna
average 518 votes
Tips from the Net @ Bombay Indian Restaurant
This is a great place, the food is very authentic (i saw a bus full of Indians on holidays coming in) and delicious. The service is great and vegetarian options are plenty (I recommend the vegetable tali). My only problem, and the reason I knocked down 2 stars, is that they charged me almost €8 for a bottle of water! I find this outrageous and I am very disappointed @ any establishment that cons its customers like this GooglePlace - August 2017
Paul Ecoffet en
Very good, huge portions and it is rather cheap. A really cool place to eat. GooglePlace - July 2017
Molotov Cupcake de
Hühnercremesuppe als Vorspeise war gut. Auch über mein Lammgericht kann ich mich nicht beklagen. Fleisch war weich u von Gewürzen versteht der Koch etwas. Preis/Leistungsverhältnis ist (noch) ok. Foursquare - July 2017
Molotov Cupcake de
Gibts jetzt schon seit 30 Jahren u könnte mal ne kleine Auffrischung vertragen. Sehr dunkel u schmuddelig, gleichzeitig aber auch ne nette “Wohnzimmeratmosphäre“. Foursquare - July 2017
lukaese en
DO NOT GO: Ordered the Bombay Plate for 2 persons, which took well over 50 minutes!! The restaurant was serving two large groups of Indians before and after we got our dish who didn't seem too pleased either. The plate itself was huge (way too much rice) and the meat was substandard and super dry. Honestly, I only could identify chicken easily but couldn't really differentiate the rest (if it was not all chicken anyways). The taste was okayish but for a price of 27€ not sufficient at all. We ended up with a bill of 37€ (including a 1,5€ fee for cutlery, which was roughly half a century old) after more than 1.5 hours in the restaurant with a subtropical climate inside (which was the only authentic Indian experience). Frankly, this restaurant is only able to survive by serving large tourist groups who won't come back anyways. There are two nice Pho places in the neighborhood which serve authentic Vietnamese food for half the price. Cheers. GooglePlace - July 2017