After 4 years of its launch, Bombay Brasserie is finally in Delhi and of course, we had to go try it out! This restaurant takes Indian cuisine to a whole new level, giving the traditional regional dishes a modern twist. The entire menu incorporates unique flavours from across Indian states, even the ingredients are sourced from all across the country.
We kicked off our meal with Aam Papad Paneer (Paneer and lotus stem tossed with special sundried mango and street food spices with the aam papad sourced from Amritsar), then arrived the Kashmiri Naan Kebab which is a foot-long minced-mutton kebab, served on a saffron-smeared naan, with an almond yoghurt dip. The Chilli Cheese Kulchas were a new twist to the usual chilli cheese toast and we fell in love with it instantly!
For the main course, we indulged in Paneer Sirka Pyaaz and Bombay Dabba Gosht which was a Bohri dish served in a round tin and topped with a fried egg. Their famous Chur Chur Paratha went extremely well with both the dishes. We accompanied our meal with Kollywood Pop which was a rum-based Pauwa-style cocktail and the Calcutta Kick which was a pan-flavoured mocktail and we can’t stop raving about it!
This experimental interpretation of Indian ingredients and flavours is definitely a breath of fresh air in the Delhi culinary space. Head over there to witness quirky never-seen-before décor and satisfy your cravings for some great food!