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The Bombay Bread Bar

Indian Restaurant$$$$
SoHo, New York
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  • The folks at Time Out New York and Eater like this place. Would you agree?
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  • Rewan P.
    "Dal burrata"(2 Tips)
    J
    "The burrata, halibut wrapped in banana leafy, all the breads and..."(2 Tips)
    Tom G.
    "Cocktails, chutneys, breads, and kulfi were great!"(5 Tips)
    Eater
    "as well as a “naan pizza” with bacon"(2 Tips)
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  • Eater
    EaterJuly 5
    Brunch dishes include a dosa filled with eggs, chili, and garlic chutney, as well as a “naan pizza” with bacon, cheese, and fried eggs. Read more
    Upvoted 3 weeks ago
  • Morgan M.
    Morgan McKeeApril 16
    I am not a huge Indian food fan BUT this place is fairly mainstream in my view. Share a bread and chutneys and try the halibut wrapped in banana leaf. Pictured is the saag paneer pizza to start.
    Upvoted Sep 9
  • Rewan P.
    Rewan PartiMarch 11
    Try the Dal burrata, Bombay bhel, Lamb haleem, short rib nihari and Bombay three chili chicken.
  • Time Out New York
    Bombay Bread Bar is the kind of colorful, rollicking spot that will reintroduce New Yorkers to Indian food through an eccentric lens. Read more
  • J
    JMay 28
    The burrata, halibut wrapped in banana leafy, all the breads and the cocktails are amazing
  • Kris A.
    Kris AApril 25
    The kulfi makes for an excellent dessert. There’s enough to share
    Upvoted 12 hours ago
  • The Indotalian
    The food is ok and the cocktails need some serious work. Definitely not the place for traditional Indian food, and barely so for Indian fusion.
  • Ben G.
    Everything! Superb flavors! Ambience top notch.
  • Aashima K.
    The naans and cocktails are out of this world.
  • Tom G.
    Cocktails, chutneys, breads, and kulfi were great!
  • Foxxy B.
    Foxxy BMay 20
    Can’t quite put my finger on what this place is trying to do. $5 for some white rice & $5 for a small amount of oily bread to accompany your random, salty, non-traditional Indian dish... not for me.
  • Jack O.
    Jack Osborne2 weeks ago
    First and foremost you're here for the food but the cocktails were incredible.
  • A C.
    A CJuly 19
    Parathas are off the chain.
  • Tati
    TatiSeptember 15
    Nice eggplant.
  • George A.
    Overpriced with no particular reason...i wouldn't come back to this place. However the waiter was super-friendly
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