Bombay Peacock Grill, 10005 Old Columbia Road, Columbia...

DINING OUT/THE CRITICS' REPORT

September 19, 1992|By ELIZABETH LARGE | ELIZABETH LARGE,Restaurant Critic

Bombay Peacock Grill, 10005 Old Columbia Road, Columbia, (410) 381-7111. The area's newest upscale Indian restaurant is a branch of the successful Bombay Grill in downtown Baltimore. Like its sister, the Bombay Peacock has an imaginative menu and the kitchen emphasizes flavors and aromas over incendiary seasoning. That's not to say you can't get it hot here; but unless you request it, the fire won't overwhelm every other taste. $$ -- moderate. (Last reviewed 8/92.)

Poulet, 1340 Reisterstown Road, (410) 484-9400. Don't compare it to a restaurant, compare it to McDonald's. For those times when you want fast food but want more of a meal than a hamburger and fries, Poulet is perfect. You'll get chicken that's crisp-skinned and moist because it's cooked on rotisseries imported from France. With it come two vegetables or salads; you choose them from the steam table cafeteria style. My advice is to get in and out fast, though, because the dining room is noisy and crowded. $ -- inexpensive. (Last reviewed 7/92.)

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