Bombay Brasserie in College Road, Chennai reopens, with a brand new menu!
Bombay Brasserie which was closed on College Road for renovation - is back with a bang. And, for foodies - an all-new menu! Feast on an eclectic selection that serves up the very best of India’s ingredients from the far corners of the country.
From the small plates menu, the Marathi Jhinga Mirch made with Thecha, Naga Ghost Pepper Wings, tangy wings dusted with Bhoot Jolokia or the flavourful Bengali Panch Phoran Chicken are a few favourites that are reinvented while retaining their authentic soul.
Similarly, the 'High Chai' Menu isn’t just a cup of tea at this restaurant, with the menu offering Bambaiyya favourites such as Chowpatty Special Bhel and Rasta Masala Toasty paired with the perfect selection of desi cocktails, beers on tap and a Chai-wallah-inspired variety of chai.
Look out for Pauwa Mocktails, 180 ml of desi concoctions, served up in Pauwa, or quarter bottle. Paired with the right Chakhna: crunchy, tasty bar snacks, specials like Janta Bar – Masala Maar Ke & Kollywood Pop!
Shikha Nath, Brand Director, Bombay Brasserie, of K Hospitality Corp says, “Bombay Brasserie focuses on flavours that have never been tried before, twisting traditional recipes to suit today’s tastes. We use regionally-sourced ingredients, like aam papad from Amritsar, kashundi from Bengal and malwani masala from the Konkan belt. After much research and trial, the menu showcases recipes from across India that are completely unique."
Bombay Brasserie has nine locations across India through different franchises in Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi, Lucknow, Chennai and is looking forward to expand via more franchised outlets in the South such as Hyderabad and Kochi.