This restaurant is located on the bank on the central street of the atrium on the first floor. The environment here is very general. However, the quality of the food is very good compared to the price tag of the hotel. There are many choices of vegetables and non-Indian vegetables-Marr cuisine at Jiaobanshan Park. The staff are polite and provide prompt service. All in all, it is worth a visit for those who like authentic Indian food.
Just as the people before me, I would recommend starting with the Masala tea. Heaven on earth, that's what that tea tastes like. I come from New Zealand so, Dubai is a very hot country for me but, I would drink that delicious hot beverage ANYTIME. It's the best Masala tea ever!!! We also tried the Vada pav which is a spicy potato like patty inside a delicious fresh white bread roll. So spicy and so tasty and also pretty filling. We also ordered the mutton methi and the chicken triple rice. The mutton was so soft and tender but, I would liked to have had a bit more to even out the amount of rice they give you. The Chicken Triple rice is soo good. It has a sweet and spicy sauce with chicken then, another chicken and rice dish with these bright yellow, crunchy noodles which are topped with a fried egg. We also ordered a side salad which had nice chunky bits of tomato, red onion and cucumber. I would definitely recommend this restaurant to anyone wanting to taste something deliciously spicy without having to spend much money at all. Be aware that there are 2 Bombay Bites within 150 metres of each other. We dined at the restaurant which is inside the mall like building as there are many seats and it has good air conditioning. Our waiter was very nice and kept us informed of how far away our food was and, he was very cute.
Bombay Bites has two outlets on Bank Street in Bur Dubai. The ambience is ok but the place could be crowded on weekends. The menu include items mostly form Maharashtra cuisine. Snacks famous in Mumbai such as Pav-vada, sabudana-vada, Misal are delicious. Those who like non-vegetarian food, can have ample choice in chicken and sea-food dishes. The prices are reasonable.
I went to this restaurant while visiting emirates Islamic bank. Its located at the ground floor. it has very good tasting north indian and south indian dishes available at reasonable prices.
They have a pretty good menu but Chaat (which Bombay is famous for) options are limited. They don't have all time classics such as Paapdi Chaat or Pani Puri. From the options they have, we tried a Dahi Batata Chaat, Bread Pakoda, Vada Pav, Bombay Sandwich Grilled, Bhel Puri, and a Watermelon Juice. The portions are small-ish, so they can be eaten individually or shared when you order multiple things. The taste is reasonably authentic, but a few standard fixings such as onion in the Bhel Puri can be more liberal.