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A maharajah among London's Indian restaurants for more than three decades, the Bombay Brasserie is still as stately as they come – though its famous old jungle-themed interiors have been replaced by a handsome high-ceilinged space with a more contemporary vibe, plus vast crystal chandeliers and walls of exotic face masks; the ever-popular conservatory has also been spruced up in luxuriant style too. The Mumbai-inspired menu remains as alluring as ever, especially the signature palak patta chaat (a sweet, sour and creamy mix of crunchy baby spinach, yoghurt, pomegranate and tamarindchutney). Also be sure to explore the seafood: a delicately spiced seared scallop, smoky charcoal-griddled prawns and wonderfully succulent tandoori monkfish were all standouts when we visited, as was a creamy chicken tikka makhani. Service never misses a beat and the wine list is pitched nicely to the spicy food.
Almost everytime I go out for a meal with a group of people, someone always bring up the question of “what’s your favourite wine” or “desert island choice of food?“. I could never pick just one wine but picking only one cuisine to live on for the rest of my days is an easy choice, its Indian. I’m not just saying that for the purpose of this article but for me the cuisine is so diverse compared to all others – you could have a different meal everyday.
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Iconic fine dining Indian restaurant Bombay Brasserie recently announced a relaunch with new menus and freshly designed interiors, and I couldn’t wait to try it out!First opened in 1982, the new menu at Bombay Brasserie aims to redefine the way in which Indian cuisine is perceived in London, introducing unique cooking techniques like natural coal smoking to infuse a smoky flavour in classic dishes such as Burani raita, and authentic cuisine from diverse regions of the subcontinent.
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Bombay Brasserie brought fine Indian food to London in 1982, coincidentally the year another great Indian export was born (ME!) and they set about transforming the way the food folk of London and beyond saw Indian food. It wasn’t the high street’s favourite curry, it was something a little cut above.Recently refurbished, the bar and cosy fireplace are a thing of beauty leading into a airy modern room dominated by glittering chandeliers and distinct artwork on the wallsOn a blustery winter’s day, the dining room was largely empty which meant that Mitzie from Mitzie’s Bubble & I are were able to be comfortably...
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