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The Bombay Brasserie Restaurant Review

The Bombay Brasserie Restaurant Review
The Bombay Brasserie has been redone to offer patrons a larger, airier dining venue. A glass roof combines with leafy palms and other plants for a cheery tropical feel. The main dining area sports plush carpets and high ceilings and other touches that are a throwback to the days of the Raj.
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  • Celebrating its 25th birthday this year, is one of London’s premier Indian restaurants – the Bombay Brasserie, serving the finest in authentic flavours of the Raj. From its inception, Bombay Brasserie has been committed in bringing to the very heart of London, a unique blend of fine regional Indian home cuisine and traditional Colonial Indian décor. Bombay Brasserie has a tasteful mix of ambience, design and location, being conveniently located opposite Gloucester Road tube station.

  • The interior design of Bombay Brasserie is a perfect precursor to the meal, a relaxed atmosphere in a traditional setting which fully compliments the tantalising menu. Whether you choose to sit in the wonderfully airy conservatory or the opulent dining room, you are guaranteed the perfect setting to the ideal meal. The ambience and local food at the Bombay Brasserie is what attracts its top clientele. Everyone from Hollywood to Bollywood along with captains of industry, heads of state and royal families have enjoyed the delights of this illustrious restaurant. Meals here are highly rated by Zagat, who referred to the restaurant as “exceptional”.

  • The Bombay Brasserie’s enduring tradition of fine cuisine is the product of the owner’s culinary philosophy and experience. They believe that a modern Indian restaurant should symbolically reflect India itself with all its diversity and international influences. Hence Bombay Brasserie brings together a wide range of culinary influences from Parsi, Goan, Bengali, Gujerati, North and South India, together with Portuguese and Raj tastes.

  • The experience begins with a selection of mouth-watering starters including Grilled Scallops in Honey and Ginger or Dum Ka Bater (fresh quail cooked in a sealed pot with yoghurt, almond and cashew nut puree with the chef’s special garam Masala). The main courses, feature everything from traditional dishes such as Chicken Tikka to more unusual house specialties such as Black Cod Bombay Brasserie, or the delectable Lamb Nihari. For dessert Bombay Brasserie has again excelled with a stunning list of tropical fruit sorbets and kulfi as well as more unusual Indian desserts such as Lagan Nu Custard (a Parsi egg custard flavoured with rosewater, vanilla and topped with sunflower seeds) and Narangi Malpoa (orange flavoured milk pancakes served with clotted cream). For a spectacular conclusion to the meal, try a Flambe Cobra Coffee-a theatrical masterpiece featuring Kirsch, coffee and a flaming orange ‘Cobra’ that will dazzle even the most jaded diner.

  • Finding the right balance between style, taste and tradition isn’t easy, yet Bombay Brasserie has been doing it exceptionally well for 25 years, earning both recognition by the Evening Standard as one of London’s top Indian restaurants and being popularly regarded as one of the world’s most “acclaimed Indian restaurants”.

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