Bombay Brasserie is perhaps one of the most interesting places in terms of Indian fusion food. The restaurant provides its customers a delectable food and bar menu which comprises of a well curated selection of Indian food from almost every part of the country, with a twist. The ambience of the place is equally interesting with a well managed seating areas, demarcated well for providing an area that is very well lit and also an area that is dimly lit with beautiful lights spread across the ceiling. One area of the restaurant also provides you walls full of information about different cuisines of different states of India and another area has a selection of antique knick knacks strewn around aesthetically.
AAM PAPAD PANEER
From the food menu we tried from the starters, Aam Papad Paneer and from the mains Tamil Street Chicken. Both the dishes were both unique and delicious. The Aam Papad Paneer is a delicious combination of paneer and lotus stems with an aam papad coating that is well cooked and tastes incredible. The Tamil Street Chicken is a winner. The chicken is prepared in a chilli coconut base and served with shredded roti. Its a filling meal in itself and will leave you really happy if you’re a chicken enthusiast.
The bar at Bombay Brasserie is called the Patiala Bar and it certainly lives up to its moniker. The menu consists of ‘desi’ and ‘angrezi’ cocktails that are well prepared and desi ones are definitely unique and intriguing. From the desi mocktails we tried the Chai Sherbet which was an interesting indian twist to your everyday iced tea. The place is definitely worth a try and will make you want to visit it often for its beautiful ambience and even more beautiful food.
Text Nidhi Verma