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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Paul Mick » Sun Jan 25, 2009 11:48 pm

Doogy R wrote:My date has cancelled on me so I will be attended alone.


Sorry to hear that Doogy, but we're glad you're still coming!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Doogy R » Mon Jan 26, 2009 12:20 am

Paul Mick wrote:
Doogy R wrote:My date has cancelled on me so I will be attended alone.


Sorry to hear that Doogy, but we're glad you're still coming!


No way I miss this offline. I think I have a new date anyhow.
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Mandy R » Mon Jan 26, 2009 4:49 pm

Any more room in this party? I have been dying to go but am cursed with friends that don't know good food when they see it lol.... I'm tired of having to go by myself when I want to try out any ethnic places!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Alan H » Mon Jan 26, 2009 7:03 pm

Mandy R wrote:
... I'm tired of having to go by myself when I want to try out any ethnic places!


I am in the same boat
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Mandy R » Mon Jan 26, 2009 11:39 pm

Plus (correct me if I'm wrong people), somebody ought to save Paul from being the loner representing the under 30 crowd :wink:
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Ed Vermillion » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:16 am

The more the merrier! Offlines are a great way to meet your fellow foodies and put faces with names. Paul, please add both my wife and son to the list!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Paul Mick » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:56 am

Mandy R wrote:Plus (correct me if I'm wrong people), somebody ought to save Paul from being the loner representing the under 30 crowd :wink:


Sadly, being the 'kid' is something I've grown used to at my monthly wine tasting. It'll be nice to finally not be the person under 30 somewhere, thanks!

Obviously, we're glad to have you along. That brings the current count to 21. I have faith that no one can resist Doogy's charms and that he'll find a date in the end.

If anyone else wants in, just let me know. I'll be calling on Wednesday to warn them of the impending tempest that is embodied by our patronage. Here's the list as I have it so far:

Andrea E and Mike
Mandy R
Tom Holstein+Gina
Nira K
Steve P and Becky
GaryF
Heather Y
Deb Hall
Ed Vermillion
Doogy R+Guest
Gayle DeM
Alan H
Robin and Mary
John and Anne
Me
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Andrea E » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:35 pm

Mike and I will attend, if it's not too late to join in the fun!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Doogy R » Tue Jan 27, 2009 12:56 pm

Andrea E wrote:Mike and I will attend, if it's not too late to join in the fun!


Yay, I finally get to meet you, Andrea. BTW, the cheesecake was yummoliscious. Thank so much.
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by John Hagan » Tue Jan 27, 2009 3:17 pm

Any thoughts as to menu vs buffet? I just downloaded the menu and there seems to be quite a few things I would like to try. I normally dont go for a buffet, but this seems like it might be the way to go. For those of you that have been there in the past, do they do a good job keeping the buffet "fresh"?
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Paul Mick » Tue Jan 27, 2009 3:26 pm

You're in the list Andrea. See you there!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Doogy R » Tue Jan 27, 2009 3:27 pm

John Hagan wrote:Any thoughts as to menu vs buffet? I just downloaded the menu and there seems to be quite a few things I would like to try. I normally dont go for a buffet, but this seems like it might be the way to go. For those of you that have been there in the past, do they do a good job keeping the buffet "fresh"?


John, I've eaten the buffet and ordered off the menu. The buffet is good for a quick lunch but I do prefer ordering off the menu myself. The food at Bombay Grill just kind of romps all over India with a lot of Southern specialties. My fave item in the Bombay Non-Veg Thali. 14 dollars you get 14 different items. It's like your own Indian tapas feast. Here is a link to their menu. The dish I mentioned is at the bottom of page 4. http://www.bombaygrillky.com/Menus.aspx
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Deb Hall » Wed Jan 28, 2009 12:50 pm

Paul,

The two- day (so far) snowdays have really messed with our schedule. I'm going to have to pass on lunch on Saturday. Have a great meal, and tell us all about it!

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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Paul Mick » Wed Jan 28, 2009 1:37 pm

Deb Hall wrote:Paul,

The two- day (so far) snowdays have really messed with our schedule. I'm going to have to pass on lunch on Saturday. Have a great meal, and tell us all about it!

Deb


I'm sorry to hear about that. While pretty, the snow and ice has really caused a lot of problems. We'll be sure to let you know how it goes though!


As for everyone else, as I'm posting this I just made the reservations. If you still want in though, I'm sure we'll be able to fit you in. Just let me know.

Try and stay warm everyone!
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Re: Bombay Grill Offline

by Ed Vermillion » Fri Jan 30, 2009 11:38 am

Scratch the Vermillion party from the list, Paul. We've had a family member pass and will be at a funeral tomorrow. Sorry to miss everyone, stay safe and dry!
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