Bowls from every corner

Cool ambience

Bowls from every corner

It’s like a breath of fresh air when you enter the newly opened ‘Bombay Brasserie’ in Indiranagar. With the soft teal and white colours, swing chairs, cool ambience and a chilled out vibe, the restaurant is just where one would want to go after a tiring day at work.

One can choose to sit in any part of the restaurant; each has its own unique charm which adds to the entire appeal of the restaurant. What sets ‘Bombay Brasserie’ apart is their choice of ingredients to create the dishes.

As the dishes they serve are all taken from different parts of the country, the chefs have made sure that they use at least one ingredient from the particular region to impart authenticity. Be prepared to be wooed by Lucknowi, Hyderabadi, Kashmiri, Marathi and even Mumbai flavours.

It’s said that the ‘Galawati kebab’ is the softest with melt-in-your-mouth meat and it’s a must-try at this restaurant. The mutton is minced finely and combined with aromatics that you wouldn’t want to miss.

For a little more punch to your appetisers, you can opt for the ‘Marathi jhinga mirch’ which is prawns tossed in a fiery coarsely-pounded green chilli chutney with crunchy peanuts and garnished with freshly grated coconut.

Even though you might find it spicy, the prawns balance the flavour bringing your palate back to normal. If you are a vegetarian, the ‘Paneer sirka pyaaz’ is a tasty option.

One of the other specialities of the restaurant is its use of paired curries. Usually, when you go to a restaurant, you are faced with the dilemma of ordering a main course with a curry that is often wasted. With the paired curry option, you can have what you want and not worry about wastage.

The ‘Kheema aloo pie with bun maska’ is served in a cupcake tray which has the right amount of ‘kheema’ in each mould to go with the bun.

For chicken lovers, the ‘Coast-to-coast chicken with mixed seed roti’ is wholesome and the taste of roasted coconut lingers on your palate. But the highlight is the ‘Mario’s mango prawns and coconut rice’. The prawns are cooked in traditional Goan ‘ambotik masala’, which is a deep orange, spicy and tangy gravy, and is served with rice wrapped in banana leaf.

Wrap up your meal with the dramatic addition of ‘Amritsari kulfa’. The dessert comprises ‘kulfi’ and creamy ‘rabdi’ on a bed of ‘badami phirni’ that is finished with ‘falooda’ and a dash of rose syrup, served Amritsari style.

But if you want to take a trip down memory lane, the ‘Bombay ice cream sandwich’ is recommended. The chalk plate offers ice cream sandwiches in Jim-Jam, Parle G and Bourbon biscuits with an addition of Gems, toffees and jujube candy.

‘Bombay Brasserie’ is located at 2989/B, 12th Main Road, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar. For details, call 41471004.

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