Review Summary

9.2 based on 9 reviews
  • Food

  • Value

  • Ambiance

  • Service

    Had a great meal and drinks, good service would go again

    Fantastic food and friendly staff at Bombay Nights. Will definitely be returning!

    Couldn't fault a thing. Lovely little place!

    The restaurant was a brilliant evening of tasty food with fast service at a decent price. Will come back again.

    Once again an excellent curry, the quality of the meat is superb. We have been serveral times now and have not been disappointed.

    Nice food and great service. The restaurant has been refurbished since we last went. Nice touch to bring out a sweet with a candle and sing happy birthday for my mother.

    Good food, lovely staff and at a good price - really quite pleasant.

    Really nice food, good value. One of the best curries in the region.

Mon:
5pm-11pm
Tue:
5pm-11pm
Wed:
5pm-11pm
Thu:
5pm-11pm
Fri:
5pm-11.30pm
Sat:
5pm-11:30pm
Sun:
5pm-11pm
  • Ranked #113 of 473
  • Avg. main course: £8
  • 1.98 miles from Nottingham
  • Indian

We say…

Bombay Nights is situated on Aspley Lane, just up the road from St Margaret’s Church. We can promise that this Indian Brasserie will not disappoint; it brings you all of the flavours of India in chic and contemporary surroundings.

The restaurant itself is bright, airy and contemporary. A grey and turquoise colour scheme emanates sophisticated cool whilst remaining comfortable and welcoming thanks to the plush upholstery and friendly staff. Able to seat up to 80 covers at any one time, Bombay Nights is the ideal restaurant for you if you are looking for a refined night of Indian cuisine. 

As you would expect, Bombay Nights offers a delectable menu packed with all of the flavours and textures of India. There are, of course, the usual popular mains such as korma, pasanda, dopiaza and bhuna, but it also harbours an extensive list of the chef’s specialities which offer a huge variety of more unusual flavour combinations. Particular favourites include the Josh-e-Bemisal, boneless pieces of chicken marinated with garlic and simmered in a rich gravy of tomatoes and butter. Additionally the Shahi Jinga Sharab consists of King Prawns which are marinated in tandoori sauce made from fresh cream, yoghurt, mint and mild tandoori spices before being roasted in a traditional clay Tandoori Oven and flambeed with Brandy and wine. If you like the flavour of some of the spicier dishes but would prefer to keep your head firmly on your shoulders, you are able to request that the spiciness be reduced to your taste as all dishes are prepared to order.

If you are looking for an authentic taste of India without having to fork out for the expensive flights, look no further than Bombay Nights in Aspley, Nottingham. This super-chic venue will accommodate you and your party with their exceptional hosting skills, stunning food and beautiful venue, ensuring that you return time and time again.


last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017


last updated: 18 Jun 2017




last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017

last updated: 18 Jun 2017
352-356 Aspley Lane, Aspley, Nottingham, NG8 5GB
0115 916 2121