This Indian restaurant was one of the first upper class restaurants of its genre, but sadly it is no longer the exclusive trailblazer it was, though ... More
Bombay Brasserie (The)
This Indian restaurant was one of the first upper class restaurants of its genre, but sadly it is no longer the exclusive trailblazer it was, though the decor remains smart, and a little old-fashioned in the colonial style. Remember to duck when walking through the restaurant - stray palm leaves are likely to catch you! Bombay Brasserie's specialities include Goan, Tandoori, Parsi and Moghali dishes - sample some gourmet Indian delights such as Masala-fried Lobster. Lunchtime is a buffet; dinner is more expensive, but you get a better choice of dishes. Don't even think of leaving the restaurant without sampling a Cobra Coffee - makes you wonder if they need to keep the fire brigade on full alert!
We had visited the Bombay Brassserie on previous visits and have not been disappointed. The food is incredible, the service staff are knowledgeable and very attentive. Not the least expensive restaurant in the neighborhood, but one that should not be overlooked.
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