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The ambience was very good, food tasted alright and service was okay. It's a quaint place, tucked away in a neat corner.
Went with my family and with my sister's. Total of 7 people. Ordered Tomato Shorba for me and my wife. Had Shikanji as well. For starters ordered Paneer Tikka, Different types of Fryums and 6 chutneys, Chilly Cheese Kulcha (The best, we repeated the order). Main course was Rumali roti, Butter Nan and Tandoori Roti with Dhal Makhani and a Kofta(cant remember the name) Kofta was too good. No desserts. Place is worth a visit.
We dined with a large group and everyone ordered individually but the food was served family style. Not a huge deal but I’m pescatarian so my entree choice was quickly shared with everyone so I had limited choices to eat. The food was amazingly delicious. The adequate parking was a great surprise!
First visit - 2016 My friends and I loved everything about this place. The food here is excellent. Everything we ordered from, soup to the desserts, tasted so good. I would definitely go back to try more dishes. Second visit - March, 2019 Adulterated food—After a wonderful dining experience and loving every dish that came to the table, a couple of years back, I decided to take my mom for her birthday to Bombay Brasserie. I don’t know what’s with restaurants that find a place initially and after they become popular they go The easy way of earning money and are lethargic about customer experience. Worst is adulteration! Starters 1. Calcutta fish fry—We first ordered the Calcutta fish fry, which was basically crumb fried fish and chips and comes with two dips. This tasted really good but was a bit oily. 2. Mutton seekh m—The next dish was the mutton seekh kebab. The kebab comes on a bed of naan, beaten yogurt and picked onions. The kebab was unusually spicy and red oil was oozing out of it. The process of tandoor actually makes your meat dry so I don’t know how this was prepared. Main course 3. Mutton dum biriyani— For main course we ordered the mutton biriyani that comes with raitha. The biryani was nice but the raitha was sour. After we complained they made raitha with the fresh curd. 4. Salli chicken curry—The chicken curry with the first bite was oily not buttery, and spicy. It had a weird sharp taste. A Parsi curry this comes with fried potato straws. However this wasn’t inviting after the first bite at all. And spoilt the taste buds. Dessert 5. Amritsari Kulfa—kulfi with Rose syrup and ride vermicelli. Tastes good as a package. 6. Ras - e- Aam—Roshogulla with mango syrup and Rabri. It’s an acquired taste. Some like it and some find it too sweet. 7. Kaala katta — was nice. Comes in a glass with shaved ice stick. The menu is a mess. You don’t have starters and main courses defined. The waiters were of no help. The waiters or people taking your orders had no idea about the menu and didn’t know items that they should recommend depending on the customer’s taste and likes. Even if you describe what you wanted clearly, they were of no help. The bill was a whopping Rs 2900 but there was no satisfaction of a happy meal. Instead we had bloated stomachs and kept drinking water till the next morning. There is definitely adulteration of some kind at this place.
I went to restaurant with my family for dinner. The ambience was excellent and service was also good. We asked for their recommendation for veg and non veg starters and ordered them. They have huge variety of dishes which belong from north to south of India. Their menu is confusing and is a book and did not know which one to choose. We order 3 veg starters and a non veg starters. All veg starters were paneer dishes and a chicken tandoori preparation for non veg. For main course we ordered veg and mutton biriyani. The paneer starters were yummy soft and flavourful. I would really recommend them. Non veg starters and mutton biriyani were average and not that good compared to what was advertised. Also the prices were high. I would recommend this for veg dishes but non veg dishes are not worth it. So if you are looking for some fine dining experience once in a while it is worth checking it out.
Dining out has never been so pleasurable since the arrival of new additions to Chennai’s dining scene. The city has become a mecca of fancy restaurants that have managed to draw the patronage of the diners in abundance. Few areas than most have benefited from this culinary resurgence and Nungambakkam is one of those trendy spots that have gained the maximum advantage. The vicinity has recently gained ‘Bombay Brasserie’ which is a fancy fine dining restaurant tucked onto College Lane. Soon after its opening, the restaurant drew a huge crowd of diners which later turned into posse of regulars. Dining here may not be cheap but it’s totally satisfying. Patrons come here to sample the restaurant’s gorgeous fare and its lovely elegant ambience. So popular has been Bombay Brasserie that it is wise to book ahead even on weekdays.
Bombay Brasserie is nestled into a lush green pocket of the city which takes the dining experience to a whole new level. The restaurant has very cleverly tried to use the nature to their best advantage by modifying their façade in such a way that indoors and outdoors blend seamlessly together. Interiors are plush and modern. The décor is furnished in a contemporary manner but there is nothing harsh about the setting. Everything is soft and soothing to the eyes. Ambience is classy, artsy and very tasteful. But in spite of such fancy surroundings there is a part of the restaurant which is in a lot of demand. Bombay Brasserie has very cleverly extended their restaurant into a glass conservatory which is equipped with handful of tables. It has a floor to ceiling panel of glass on all three sides, so it’s like dining into a lush garden.
The restaurant follows a complete North-Indian menu. It is composed in a very clever manner by offering their patrons a wide variety of rich Indian dishes. To start sampling the menu we recommend you to take your time to browse through the first course. It entails, subz shikampuri kebab, prawn koliwada, challi subz ki seekh, panch phoran chicken, gosht sigdi se, golden tiger prawns, gunpowder potatoes and paperwali machchi. Ask your server to get you a peach margarita before hitting the main course. To mop up the decadent array of curries choose between a flaky buttery naan or a bowlful of aromatic biryani. Finish with trio of phirni, ras-e-aam or jalebi.
There are only handful of places in Chennai that are as popular or as fantastic as Bombay Brasserie. The restaurant is a standing favourite amongst the serious foodies living in Chennai. Because of its lovely airy interiors, Bombay Brasserie has become a busy meeting spot for everyone. Its glass conservatory extending into the garden is a quite romantic location for dates. Nature lovers with a taste for outstanding North Indian food will find Bombay Brasserie a revelation. Its outlet in Nungambakkam is constantly buzzing with activity throughout the Special Occasion week.