Details

Bombay Club

815 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20036

202-659-3727

Neighborhood: Downtown

Cuisines: Indian

Opening Hours:
Open Monday through Thursday 11:30 to 2:30 and 5:30 to 10:30, Friday 11:30 to 2:30 and 5:30 to 11, Saturday 5:30 to 11, and Sunday 11:30 to 2:30 and 5:30 to 9.

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Nearby Metro Stops: Farragut West, Farragut North

Price Range: Expensive

Noise Level: Intimate

Reservations: Recommended

Website: http://www.bombayclubdc.com

Best Dishes:
Green-chili chicken; Goan fish curry; naan; mango chutney.

Price Details:
Lunch appetizers, $5.50 to $8.50; entrees, $14.50 to $21.95. Dinner appetizers, $5.50 to $11.95; entrees, $14.50 to $24. Sunday brunch buffet, $20.

Special Features: Wheelchair Accessible, Kid Friendly, Valet Parking Available, Weekend Brunch, Outdoor Seating

100 Very Best Restaurants 2013: The Bombay Club

Media and political types flock to this clubby restaurant a stone’s throw from the White House. The fit-for-the-Raj dining room is made for conversation—tables are well spaced, and at dinnertime the tinkling of a piano helps ensure that state secrets remain that way. The kitchen, helmed by Nilesh Singhvi, does lots of things well. Breads are wonderfully flaky, silver thali platters near works of art, tandoori meats nicely smoky, and curries for the most part suitably spicy. There are bouts of creativity in dishes such as a duck kebab and butternut-squash samosas. And though the place draws a power crowd, mere mortals get stellar service, too.

Don’t miss: Crispy arugula-and-spinach chaat;tandoori trout; duck-and-apricot curry; truffled naan.

Open: Monday through Friday for lunch and dinner, Saturday for dinner, Sunday for brunch and dinner. Expensive.

100 Very Best Restaurants 2013