The name may have changed over the years, but the food has alway been great..
I have only been to the lunch buffet and it is alway great. Large selection and very tasty. The price is good about the same as a C food buffet. I alway wonder why I don't see more people eating here. They don't know what they are missing.
Very good Indian for this area.
First let me say that it's impossible to find a GREAT Indian restaurant in Florida. Sorry folks, but you have to head up north for great Indian food - north of Washington, DC. Nevertheless, Bombay Cafe is probably the best Indian restaurant in the Palm Beach, Boca and FLL area. I work in consulting and as such get to eat out every day of the week. We have tried many Indian restaurants and most leave a lot to be desired. Bombay Cafe so far has been the best hands down. Their veggy dishes are outstanding. The Chicken Tika Masala is spotty (depends on the day) but most other dishes are great. They have a good selection of Indian beers as well. Service is a bit on the pompous side but friendly enough to tolerate. You'll know what I mean if you get the cocky strutting waiter with a shit-eating grin on his face. He walks around as if he's looking into the mirror the whole time. I'm certain he sees something we don't. Anyhow, I'm not a big fan of buffets but this is probably one of the best. One night a week they have the buffet and I think it's best to avoid it and go on a night you can order from the menu. It's really a shame they don't serve from the menu on buffet night.
Best buffet anywhere.
People have been raving about Royal India, and the place is very popular and packed. Taste of Bombay, on the other hand, is FAR superior in taste and quality of food, and unfortunately I have never seen it all that busy. Their tikka masala (sp?) chicken is SUPERB. Their lunch buffet is extensive, reasonably priced and filled with delicious choices. I highly recommend Taste of Bombay, certainly over Royal India! (And no, I'm not related to anyone at Taste of Bombay!)