Ever since 1982, when its doors first opened in fashionable Kensington, London, Bombay Brasserie has been an iconic restaurant destination, famed for its authentic, eclectic Bombay and Indian cuisine.
After having redefined the Indian fine dining scene in London for over three decades the brand expanded in two other corners of the globe at Taj Cape Town in 2010 and Downtown Dubai at Taj Dubai in 2015.
Bombay Brasserie specialises in the spectrum of flavours, fragrances and textures that epitomise Mumbai’s diverse and inspirational cuisine, complemented by classic Indian recipes from around the sub-continent. Over many hundreds of years Bombay - now known as Mumbai – has attracted people from all over the India and further afield, creating a cuisine unique to the city and reflecting many culinary influences. Like the city itself, Bombay’s cuisine has blended the diverse cooking styles of Goa, Bengal and Gujarat with Imperial Mughal, Raj and even Portuguese influences. The cuisine draws on from Parsi cafes, seafood restaurants, famous chaat street food and contemporary fusion creations. With Taj’s three signature Bombay Brasserie restaurants in London, Cape Town and Dubai, gourmands can be transported to multicultural Bombay for a few magical hours.
London’s Bombay Brasserie restaurant has been renewed under the leadership of Chef Sriram Aylur, offering dishes served on the tables of past Mughal Emperors and the spice traders of Goa. Chef Sriram Aylur founded Quilon in 1999, winning a Michelin star in 2008 and now oversees Bombay Brasserie. Meanwhile, frequently called the best Indian fine dining experience in Cape Town, Bombay Brasserie at Taj Cape Town is located in the Board of Executors building, with silken, peacock-adorned chairs; decorative chandeliers and soft lighting all adding to the romantic ambiance. For Middle Eastern guests, Bombay Brasserie within Taj Dubai is a fine spot on the edges of the Emirate’s most affluent after-hours hub with vibrant oversized art and a botanical bar concept.
Taj Dubai Burj Khalifa Street, Business Bay,
Dinner: 18:00 to 01:00
Tel: +971 4 4383 100 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Taj Cape Town 1 Wale street, corner St Georges Mall,
Cape Town - 8001, South Africa
Tel: +27 21 819-2000 Hours: 18:00 to 22.30 | Email: email@example.com
Bombay Brasserie Courtfield Road,
London SW7 4QH
Lunch: 12:00 to 14:30 on Tues-Fri, 12:00 to 15:30 on Sat & Sun, closed Mon
Dinner: 18:00 to 23:30 on Mon-Sat, 18:30 to 22:30 on Sun
Tel: +44 (0) 20 7370 4040 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org