‘Fab Fare’ at Bombay Club; Restaurant Week’s Incredible Shrinking Portions

• Mat Schaffer gives Bombay Club a solid B: “The menu is unnecessarily confusing to navigate (condiments such as raita, mango chutney and pickles aren’t even listed) but the fare is fab.” [Herald]

• Devra First puts on her investigative journalism hat and checks out the Restaurant Week offerings at six local restaurants. The verdict: sometimes it’s worth it and sometimes the portions are just too small. [Globe]

• Robert Nadeau three-stars Watertown’s Red Lentil: “By now everyone knows Red Lentil is dog-plays-the-piano good. It’s the best all-vegetarian and lots-vegan restaurant Boston has ever had. The question before us is: is it actually good-good? Would a carnivore in the mood for vegetables go there? I think so.” [Phoenix]

• It’s battle breakfast for dinner at the Dig and The Friendly Toast handily beats Eagle’s Deli. [Weekly Dig]

• MC Slim JB enjoys the WAN Convenience Store and Deli where the subs are “doozies.” [Phoenix]

‘Fab Fare’ at Bombay Club; Restaurant Week’s Incredible Shrinking Portions