I have been unsure about disclosing my best 2012 takeaway finding, and then decided it’s too good not to be shared. At least once a month (recently more often than that) I come back home thinking I am too tired to cook, and that I deserve a little treat. This is when I reach out for my iPad and order from Bombay Munch.
I discovered this Indian take away a few months back, and despite having tried several others in my area, including Bombay Bycicle Club Essex road branch, I always went back to order from them. I think their food is not only way better than most Indian takeaways, but also of many Indian restaurants I have been to!
They satisfy all my Indian food cravings… And leave me wanting for more!
I usually order online or over the phone, but once I collected the food myself, and noticed how clean their kitchen is and how restaurant-like their chefs are.
My usual order is:
Poppadom with lime (my favorite) and mango chutneys and chicken Pasanda with lemon rice.
Everything mouth-watering, believe me! The chicken Pasanda is the best I have ever had, generous chunks of chicken in a creamy, but not too sweet sauce, with shaved almonds and saffron. The lemon rice is excellent, with a strong and crunchy flavor, and fresh herbs added.
The food always comes piping hot in generous portions, and normally in less than 1 hour, which is the average time for Indian takeaway in London in my experience.
Yes, it’s more expensive than your average takeaway, but it’s definitely worth the extra money!
Dinner for two, excluding drinks £30.