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The Bombay Frankie Company


Culver City

$$$$Perfect For:LunchCasual Weeknight DinnerWalk-Ins
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Formerly located in a West LA gas station, The Bombay Frankie Company is known for its handheld Indian street food (its official slogan is: “home of the Indian burrito”). As the name suggests, this spot is all about frankies— Mumbai-style wraps stuffed with things like chicken tikka and salmon masala. They’ve now upgraded to a counter-service space at Westfield Culver City, with plenty of seating and a big patio. If you’re just getting one thing, it should be the chicken tikka masala frankie, wrapped in garlic naan and packed with potatoes, cucumber, tomatoes, and a drizzle of mint and tamarind chutneys. The restaurant also does an assortment of naan tacos and frankie bowls, but nothing hits quite like their namesake frankie.

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