Bombay Bites

6879 S Vine St B7-712, Centennial
(720) 328-3912

Recent Reviews

Daphnie Youngblood

The food was very very good tho not as spicy as i had expected (not that that's a bad thing tho). It did look like a very fancy place inside which may have been why we were the only people there. The service however was nearly non-existent they sat us, took or order and brought food. Never checked in on us or Redford or drinks but that being said the food was great and not too long of a wait.

Valentina Gomez-Madani

Update: im here again! I can’t tell you enough how good this food is! SO GOOD!!!This is a must! Amazing, AMAZING FOOD and service! It is clean and relaxing!We ordered 4 apps and all of them were 10/10.Finding places like this make my heart and belly ? very happy!

Saksham Ghimire

Do Not Recommend!Just OK food — I was excited to try seeing the bombay in the name but was thoroughly disappointed. No where near what “chaat” should taste like and please forgive me when I honestly say your momos tasted as if you put in a kadai chicken curry piece into them.Also what’s in your buffet that costs $17 dollars? The same $17 lunch buffet at hyderabad house has 3 times the variety and much more quality. You had 4-5 items in your buffet that were barely made to the right taste. The photo shows your over priced under committed buffet.Once and Done! Never Again!

Jake D

Flavor was good, but if I get the more spicy dish on the menu and ask for it to be extra spicy, it is concerning that it didn't even register as mild to me. I can handle a lot of kick, but this had zero. You could have told me it was butter chicken and I'd believe it.Otherwise, a pleasant experience here.

Ray K.

Finally lunch buffet is back. The place is nice and spacious with a good variety of dishes. My favorites are their chicken tikka, chicken curry and tandoori chicken.

Brittney C.

Outstanding! 10 thumbs up. I highly recommend this place. I forgot my pics but definitely this is the best Indian food place I have tried in a long time besides in Jamaica. Naan breads all of them yummy!! Desserts "omg" fantastic too.

Jake Drollinger

Flavor was good, but if I get the more spicy dish on the menu and ask for it to be extra spicy, it is concerning that it didn't even register as mild to me. I can handle a lot of kick, but this had zero. You could have told me it was butter chicken and I'd believe it.Otherwise, a pleasant experience here.

Belinda W.

My new favorite restaurant in the Streets at South Glenn area. Beautiful decor & ambiance, excellent buffet, great service, best Vindaloo I've had in years.

Nicholas B.

This has become my new "go-to" Indian restaurant; really good food, a nice setting for date night, and great prices. Bombay Bites checks all the boxes. My partner and I are opposites when it comes to food, she orders mild and I prefer hot and spicy and we are both very happy at the end of the meal. The servings are very generous and the staff are friendly, I cannot say enough good things.

Jorge Espinosa

The manager was very nice and engaging. The server was a young girl who wouldn't smile and was dry. Could be a cultural thing. Food was great and reasonably priced. The drink menu is very inexpensive and good.Food: 5/5

Magda C.

Really good food, the vegetables pakora is to die for. And the garlic naan is buttery and lots of garlic on it. But the service is veeeeery slow.

Ravi S.

This review is in two parts: first, the restaurant--4.5 stars. The chaat is very good, the curries are quite good, and the menu has some unique flavors including some South Indian influences. Service is slow but you should go eat here! Second, catering--here I can only give them 3 stars. We catered a pre-wedding dinner for ~200 people, where Bombay Bites prepared chaat on site and also had a small buffet (naan, a couple curries, biryani). Here I'd give them three stars. They had two chaat dishes--bhel puri and pani puri. The bhel puri was really excellent. But the pani puri was soggy even at the very start of service, which ruined the whole charm of the dish, despite bringing staff to do on-site prep. We also negotiated on a list of dishes and price, and then the final contract left out one dish (baingan bharta). We missed this when signing the contract, and I attribute this more to disorganization than malice, but it meant we ran out of food at the event (a whole dish was missing), and despite being 10 minutes from the restaurant, Guru and team had no backup food. The food that was there was solid. We only spent $15/head on food, including the staff for the chaat station, so the pricing was quite affordable. Food in the restaurant is good, and I would maybe recommend catering from them for a much smaller event (~20-50 people). But I don't think Bombay Bites has the experience or level of organization to successfully cater big events.

Bryna C.

Delicious food. Our favorite is the Paneer Korma and the little one enjoys the tikka masala. They have a yummy drink menu too. Always friendly service, however, very slow service.

Scott Gohr

I'm not a big Indian food consumer. However things were as I expected. I ordered Lamb Rogan Josh, it was served with rice. The bread was extra. The lamb was tender, I asked for the highest spice level and received a good version over that. Overall I received what I expected but but it's probably not going to make it my my must return list.Parking: You nasty end up walking 200- 300 yards. Not to big of a deal.

Ramesh V.

Another bad Nepali restaurant posing as Indian. Only white people would fall from it. I am Indian and as soon as I took the first bite, I knew it was not Indian.

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