Opening in 1982, Bombay Brasserie was in the vanguard of modern Indian cuisine, with an inventive approach that married classic regional cooking with a European brasserie-style menu. The spacious interior, with its airy conservatory and bright murals, extends to a welcoming bar and a more traditional dining room well suited to the affluent Kensington clientele.
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140 Courtfield RoadLondonSW7 4QH
Excellent service, great food and beautiful interiors. Having had both the tasting menu as regular a-la-carte. I can say the restaurant hits the marks with either option. The menu is not particularly inventive, but it's extremely well-executed. I'd recommend this place over some of the Michelin-starred restaurants in London, which often sacrifice execution for the sake of being "different".more
Probably one of the worst Indian food I've every had and I'm Indian!
1. The chicken tikka tasted like it was straight from a Campbell's tomato soup. And it gave me the worst sore throat of my life.
2. They have spent plenty on decor and are using the British Colonial history to full use. Hey if it works it works, but why not invest in better food?
3. The service was absolutely terrible....more
Excellent service, amazing interior design, food was okay.
We stayed at a nearby hotel and they told us to try Bombay Brasserie for Indian food so we went. We didn't know it would be a £30 per person buffet but that was fine. When you walk in, you are wowed by the atmosphere. They really excel at presenting a luxurious environment.
Except the food was only okay. On the day we went they...more
Absolutely amazing restaurant, colonial style. Really reminded me of the posh restaurants in Rajasthan. Staff is impeccable and very nice. And food is great here!! Chiken tikka and spinach with cheese were my favourite but everything is delicious, also the desserts.
Reasonably priced and cheap if you choose vegetarian.
I will come back for sure!more
Firstly they do take out - on Yelp it says they don't, but they were right next to our hotel so one rainy afternoon, I walked in asked them if they do take out and they happily said yes.
The ambiance is stunning. With an old world colonial feel of yesteryear Bombay gymkhanas or clubs where the sahibs ate and socialized, you're transported to a different world as soon as you walk...more