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.
|Typical meal price||From £26.00 per diner|
£26 to £40
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Venue Details & Map
140 Courtfield RoadLondonSW7 4QH
- 0207 370 4040
Top 5 reviews of Bombay Brasserie
Pleasant upscale atmosphere and service. I had the mixed tandoori grill which was nothing special, and overpriced in my opinion more
The food was good. The service was OK, the servers were not rude, just a bit cool, unlike what most Americans are used to. more
Amazing authentic food! We ordered 5 dishes and all of them were amazing.
I highly recommend asking for seating in their main hall! more
I come here every time I am in London. I'm a New Yorker, but I was born and raised in Bombay, now Mumbai.
The ambiance resembles an old Raj style country club. Loud, old fashioned, comfortable and relaxed.
The food is exquisite, the service superb, attentive and friendly.
You are greeted as an old friend. In this fast paced world, that is a rare and cherished attribute.
I will, as usual, return. more
This may very well be the best Indian food I have ever eaten, and the setting and service were definitely the best I have encountered at an Indian restaurant. This is Indian elevated to the level of fine dining: white tablecloths and napkins, a beautiful large chandelier, and waiters dressed in coat and tie. Arriving early (1800) without a reservation on a Thursday, I was accommodated but... more