A traditional Indian Restaurant that is located in the South Charlotte area of Pineville. Offering authentic Indian cuisine and Indian food catering.
Bombay Grille Indian Restaurant
Bombay Grille is a traditional Indian Restaurant that is located in South Charlotte in the Tower Place Shopping Center on Highway 51 on Pineville-Matthews Road. With its easy access from I-485 and 51 North, located between both the Park Road and Johnston Road exits, it’s a popular spot to dine. Nestled amongst shopping plazas and local business parks Bombay Grille is a convenient South Charlotte dining destination.
A little bit about our history. Naval Sethi, with his vision and faith, opened the first authentic Indian cuisine known as Bombay Palace in the Triangle area of North Carolina. Bombay Palace was a part of an internationally acclaimed chain of restaurants in New York, Chicago and London.
Later in 1992, Mr. Sethi, introduced Bombay Grille. In this authentic Indian cuisine he use a combination of fragrantly mixed spices from India. Bombay Grille specializes in Northern Indian Cuisine and centuries old style of Tandoori (clay oven) cooking. Meat, fowl and seafood are cooked over very high heat in the oven and served sizzling. In addition to this, his Curry Kitchen provides magnificent dishes, including a wide array of vegetarian dishes.
Bombay Grille in South Charlotte offers Traditional Indian Buffett Lunches on Monday through Friday from 11:00 to 2:30 and on Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 3:00. If it’s Dinner you are interested in, join us on Sunday to Thursday from 5:00 to 9:30 and on Friday and Saturday from 5:30 to 10:30.
Bombay Grille's Indian Food
Bombay Grille's tandoor clay oven has filled the walls of its elegant dining hall with the fragrance of authentic northern Indian dishes since 1992. As lamb, chicken, fish, and shrimp emerge from the high-heat oven sizzling like butter-coated sunbathers, strips of tandoori-baked naan plunge into the creamy tomato sauce of their signature chicken tikka masala or the spicy gravy of the lamb vindaloo. Cushy beige booths and wood tables linger beneath colorful murals of Indian landscapes and planters full of cheerful pink flowers as customers line up before the expansive spread of a daily lunch buffet. A full-service catering menu can accommodate large parties or furnish business functions, offering office workers reprieve from a monotonous diet of break-room vending-machine tapas. The restaurant is owner Naval Sethi's second venture after spearheading North Carolina's Bombay Palace location, part of an internationally acclaimed chain.
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