We walked over to get take-out (i live very close) and chose Bombay because I just couldn't bring myself to get treated terribly at Cherry Creek Grille again, but that's another story. While the girl who helped us was very nice and informative when we had questions about the menu, the food took sooo looong to come out. We ended up getting drinks and waiting outside on the patio. It was an off time, and we were literally the only people there, so pretty inexcusable. The hostess, the girl who helped us, redeemed the situation by serving us some dips with that really light crispy unleavened bread (I don't know what it's called) common to Indian restaurants. Finally, the food came all packaged up and ready to go, and so did the check. For two people to get takeout and each have one drink it was over $60. Seemed very expensive, especially after getting home. When we got home to eat it, the veggie samosas were neither crispy nor delicious, they had very little flavor, a soggy sad sort of texture, and couldn't possibly stand up to the tamarind or mint sauces they came with. The chicken curry - korma (the most popular dish, i think, in the West) unleashed the right amount of heat, but really had no depth. The rice played a part as well, it was pretty much Uncle Ben's, which is fine if I'm at home and need rice quick, but not when its such a HUGE component to a dish. I was not wowed for the price I paid, and unless I can't drive to India's Pearl (an awesome new restaurant), I won't go back.
Pros: attentive service
Cons: time, food