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Bombay Brasserie to re-open its doors in Mumbai next week

Bombay Brasserie has carried forward its culinary journey with outlets in Bangalore, Chennai, and Kolkata, and now, with all day dining from 12 to 12, Bombay Brasserie is all set to re-open in its home city, Mumbai.

Thursday, May 18, 2017, 19:00 Hrs  [IST]
By HBI Staff | Mumbai

Bombay Brasserie promises to deliver experimental Indian cuisine that focuses on unique ingredients that are curated carefully after travelling to each corner of our country.

Shikha Nath, Brand Director, Bombay Brasserie, of K Hospitality Corp says, “Bombay Brasserie focuses on flavours that have never been tried before, twisting old school recipes to suit today’s tastes. We use regionally-¬sourced ingredients, like Aam Papad from Amritsar, Kashundi from Bengal and Malwani masala from the Konkan belt. After much research and trial, the menu showcases ingredients from across India that is completely unique. Your culinary journey begins here, at Bombay Brasserie.”

From the small plates menu, the Marathi Jhinga Mirch made with Thecha, Naga Ghost Pepper Wings, tangy wings dusted with Bhoot Jolokia or the flavourful Bengali Panch Phoran Chicken are a few favourites that are reinvented while retaining their authentic soul.

Similarly, the 'High Chai' Menu isn’t just a cup of tea at Bombay Brasserie, with the menu offering local favourites such as Chowpatty Special Bhel, Rasta Masala Toasty and Irani Kheema Maska Pao, paired with the perfect selection of desi cocktails, beers on tap and indigenous Indian teas from across India.

The bar at Bombay Brasserie -¬ the Patiala Bar is another highlight. Old favourites from across cultures and countries comfortably sit alongside refreshing new brews. Bright ingredients mix to present classics with a twist, or pair elements that make for an altogether new journey.

Southern Express & Fauji Party Special to Desi Mocktails like Juhu Beach Gola and Not-¬so-Saada; which are all about seasonality, taking full advantage of the wide range of ingredients that pop up across India through the year.

Bombay Brasserie also introduces killer Pauwa Cocktails, 180 ml of desi concoctions, served up in Pauwa, or quarter bottle, paired with the right chakhna; crunchy, tasty bar snacks, specials like Janta Bar.

Designed by Aura Dezyne, located in the midst of bustling, Worli, Bombay Brasserie seats 130 people over four separate dining zones.

Signature line art across the restaurant hint at the gastronomic journey in store. Fresh and vibrant, the interiors reflect what this brasserie is all about.

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