Nottinghams Hyson Green Radford Road has always been an ever-changing fast moving shoppers delight. International food stores, fluctuating restaurants and eateries make up a significant proportion of the businesses.

The Bombay Sweet Centre is a thriving place in the community. Rahul is the present owner of the second generation business which opened to the busy Radford high street in 1995. The Bombay Sweet Centre creates a wide selection of freshly made curries, sweet delights and an authentic variety of Punjabi street food. Fantastic samosas. All at a reasonable price. With a team catering for lunch breaks and takeaway to events large and small. On Rahuls suggestion to try their signature dish, a Samosa Chaat. Delicious. Hot with spice, yet cool with yoghurt. Tongue-tastically flavourful. Ideal for lunch on the go.

You can always tell the quality of service and products by the expressions of the repeat customers. Always smiles and upbeat conversation. Variety of freshly prepared colourful food and interesting sweets available. There’s good raport with the guests that come through the door. Who have high praise of the culinery delights of the Bombay Sweet Centre, going as far as offering suggestions and recommendations.

Bombay Sweet Centre has the tradition and quality of its products with the joy and respect of a diverse community invested.

For a change of lunch time nibbles to now a repeat customer. Would highly recommend a visit.

Just a minute from the Hyson Green tram stop on Radford Road. 

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