Bollywood Theater

Row 1

3010 SE Division St (30th)
Portland, OR 97202
(503) 477-6699
$ $
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Pork vindaloo, okra, and chaat were great. Gobi and Kati rolls were sub par. I'm appalled at Troy MacLarty's claim that he saved me a trip to India (from his bio). Blech.
  • The Kati roll is like an Indian burrito with paneer cheese. The Chicken curry meal is big, but well worth the upgrade.
  • Pork Vindaloo
  • The Kati roll is the unofficial signature dish of this restaurant, specializing in Indian street food.
  • The second outpost of Troy MacLarty's Indian street-food spot has debuted on SE Division, flaunting a major seating upgrade and small retail space selling Indian spice mixes and ingredients.
  • Delicious food. Not terribly spicy but they have some condiments you can add to boost the heat!
  • Definitely try the iced chai and samosas!
  • Kathi roll with beef was phenomenal. They also have different chilies to be added on the side.
  • Great Indian food, overall not super spicy for the noobies. Great atmosphere among all things. If you're super hungry get the one of the Thali meals. Definitely the instagramy dish.
  • Pav bhaji, dahi sev puri, bhel puri, paratha, chai.
  • Plates are small so good for sharing. Gobi manchurian is amazing-basically fried cauliflower in sweet & sour sauce. SO GOOD.
  • Most enjoyable meal I had in Portland. Fresh n tasty dishes - fried okra is amazing! - and fun friendly venue.
  • The interior is great but Very very overrated food. We ordered six dishes from the menu and they were all terrible. The long wait for such food is ridiculous!
  • Fast, inexpensive and delicious. The chaat was awesome. Curries are great, and the wine / beer list is solid. Wash it all down with some wine.
  • Potato cakes, chickpeas, and a side of naan.
  • Kati roll!
  • Bhel.. Vada pav..
  • Samosas papreechas
  • Potato burger, samosas
  • The food is good and true. Not as spicy as you would get in India but the essential flavors are there. Vada pav!

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