Bombay Lounge is an all-you-can-eat Indian Buffet on North Street. I’m not really a big fan of these stuff-your-face-on-mediocre-food type places but as far as they go, this one is OK. On the menu you’ll find chicken wings, poppadums, naan bread and onion bhajis to start, along with a selection of salads and dips which are all actually pretty tasty; this is usually why I have a plate full of starters and sundries and not of a much main course at these places.
The main dishes which include lamb, chicken or vegetable curry along with saag aloo and rice aren’t particularly outstanding. In fact, they’re usually pretty bland which is good if you like that sort of thing, but I love curry and like to actually taste it.
In terms of pricing, it’ll cost you just over £5 at lunchtime and just under £10 in the evening. Not bad, but much better value for lunch than dinner.