We were invited there for the Sunday brunch buffet by our Indian friends who said the food was good. The food was indeed tasty and available unlimited, with regional choices not commonly available such as the snacks table, and chef making dosas right there for you. However, it was chaotic with everyone milling around, and the buffet tables, not adequately supervised, were getting messy as food ran out, spoons sank into the curry (yuck), spills not wiped, dishes ran out, etc. The staff was also not attentive - maybe it had something to do with buffets being more self-service and each table not assigned its own waiter. This is not a cheap place, but it was being run like a cafeteria. At this price range one should be able to expect nice tablecloth (not sticky tables), good cutlery (not all scratched up and greasy), and most importantly good service & etiquette. The worst moment was when the waiter took my plate away and placed my dirty silverware right on the (already greasy) table. That was the end of my appetite. Bombay Club has been around a long time - almost an institution in Harv Sq, but they are wearing their reputation thin. I hope the management wakes up and makes critical changes soon.
Pros: Tasty, authentic
Cons: Overall unhygienic feel