Salaam Bombay Budapest: Indian Restaurant in the City Center

The motto of Salaam Bombay Budapest is “Indian cuisine redefined” so you can expect updated Indian cuisine. The wide range of dishes include various vegetarian plates, which are not easy to come by in Budapest, the haven of meat with meat, bacon and grease eaters (disclaimer: I am one of them). The Salaam Bombay Feast for two is about 7000 HUF, the Valentine Day’s couple treat is approx. 9000 HUF – in general, the Indian restaurant is moderately priced.

To quote from Frommer’s travel guide: [Firdosh] “Irani came to Budapest in 1994 via New York, and has been in the Indian cuisine business for over 30 years. And it shows, since this restaurant probably gives you the best value that your money can buy in Budapest, as well as a unique look at a more contemporary and varied Indian menu than we are accustomed to. .. Psychedelic colors pervade the space, with shells, sand, and bamboo sticks leaving it both exotic and sparsely contemporary at the same time.

Salaam Bombay Budapest Indian Restaurant

Address: Mérleg utca 6, Budapest 1051
Phone: 00-36-1-411-1252
Opening hours: (lunch and dinner) Mon-Sun 12-15 and 18-23
Getting here:

  • metro (blue line) Deák tér station,
  • tram/streetcar: number 2,
  • bus number 4

See the location of Salaam Bombay on the Budapest Tourist Map (check the knife and fork map icon in the middle, and click on the icons to learn more about the neighboring places of interest or click on the View Larger Map blue link under the map). Notice that Salaam Bombay is very close to the Parliament, the Basilica and Roosevelt square with the Chain Bridge & the Gresham Palace or Hotel Sofitel.


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Comments

  1. Indian food has always been a source of attraction for me. The diversity and variety which Indian food represnts is commendable.

  2. Traveler says:

    Indian food has the potential to take over the world. It just doesn’t have as much people promoting it. It’s not because it isn’t liked, but because it is not well known
    Joe

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