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West Coast
Bombay Grill Singapore
Bombay Grill Singapore Menu

Bombay Grill Singapore

Indian, Vegetarian, Asian, Indochinese

Dishes priced aroundSGD 17


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Menu from Bombay Grill Singapore

Browse the menu highlights at Bombay Grill Singapore and explore the popular dishes people are craving! From starters to something sweet, take a look at what’s in store when you book a table at Bombay Grill Singapore. Besides the flavours, you can even check out the prices at this popular spot. Mmmm, we're getting hungry already...

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Menu highlights

Includes dishes that are:




Crispy Okra

Deep fried lady finger tossed up with spices

SGD 6.90
Egg Bhurji

Scrambled egg stir-fried along with capsicum in tomato onion masala

SGD 12.90
Chicken Manchurian

Florets of chicken, deep fried and tossed with house special sauce

SGD 15.90


Chicken Korma

Chicken cubes slow cooked in a delicate almond curry

SGD 15.90
Kori Kundapuri

Boneless chicken cooked with coconut, red chilli and fresh coriander leaves

SGD 15.90
Butter Chicken

Boneless tandoori chicken simmered in creamy tomato gravy

SGD 16.90


Kadai Fish

Fish fillet with tomatoes and onions with special Indian sauce and stir fried in a kadai

SGD 16.90
Prawn Do Pyazza

Pieces of prawns sauteed in onion paste, carefully blended in spices and then garnished with seasoned onions

SGD 17.90
Fish Head Curry

Fish head semi stewed in a thick curry with assorted vegetable

SGD 30.90


Mili Juli Sabzi

Seasonal fresh vegetables tossed with freshly pound spices and tomatoes, onions and green chillies

SGD 12.90
Punjabi Channa Masala

Garbanzo beans cooked in true Punjabi style

SGD 12.90
Paneer Tikka Masala

Homemade paneer cooked with thick creamy tomato sauce flavoured with fenugreek leaves

SGD 15.90

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