Situated in a beautiful colonial style bungalow in Nungambakkam on College Road, Bombay Brasserie has reopened its doors after a short break and is back with a fresh look and an all-new menu, both inspired by the rich diversity of Indian regions, cultures and cuisines, reimagined with a contemporary flair. The new menu will be available at the newly refurbished College Road outlet as well as the Adyar location of the brand.
The sprawling transparent glass house seating is the main highlight of the space that encompasses a vibrant handmade kite lighting feature suspended from the double height ceiling painting a buoyant picture of India’s spirited and multi-cultural harvest season.
The new food menu pays homage to many of India’s distinctive ingredients some of which are remote and sourced specially such as Black Stone Flower, Bhoot Jolokia, and many more from across the lengths and breadths of India, along with regional Indian specialties presented with our progressive spin.
Ranjan Chakraborty, Business Head, Bombay Brasserie says, “We are thrilled to reopen Bombay Brasserie in College Road with a completely fresh vibe and menu. We are confident that our discerning guests will love the all-new dining experience and evoke cherished memories while staying true to India’s culinary lineage”.