Welcome to "BOMBAY" - the original Indian restaurant
The enormous Indian subcontinent is well-known for its variety of nature and cultural traditions. From the high Himalayas in the North through the tropical monsoon belt to the tropical South, the subcontinent is inhabited by people of different races and cultures. If one is aware of the cultural diversity resulting from the impact of so many different religions (Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Christianity, Zoroastrianism), it is much easier to understand Indian culinary traditions. Indian cuisine was also influenced by political events - numerous invasions by foreign powers (e.g. the Mongols in the 16th C.) The thousand-year long caste system also solidified the different types of nutrition: the most important castes, the Brahmin and Kshatriya, do not eat meat, but the lowest castes, Vaishya and Shudra, do.. The many different methods of cooking vegetables, fruit and meat contribute to the the rich variety of dishes in Indian cuisine. For instance, traditional Indian breads and rice are cooked in as many as 200 different methods.
The "BOMBAY" restaurant is one of few in Poland that uses a specially imported, charcoal-fired, earthen "TANDOOR" oven. This ancient universal device serves in Indian cuisine as both a grill and an oven. It is used to cook meat dishes and bread. Indian dishes are perfect to eat in company as a traditional meal consists of many dishes. A typical family menu in India includes: meat, poultry, fish, stewed vegetables, lentil, a lot of rice and a few home-made "breads". The restaurant has been recognised by Robert Makłowicz and Piotr Bikont as "a highly recommended establishment". This recognition was awarded only to the 20 best restaurants in Poland. The only restaurant in Szczecin recognised by the Pascal Guide as "a place with a unique atmosphere." Thank you very much for having honoured us with your presence. I really do hope that we will have the opportunity to serve you again in the future.Welcome!