- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £50
A lovely facility with a large main restaurant and high ceilings reminiscent of the day of the Raj!!
The main room is a bit loud when busy but the food and service were really excellent.
07 June 2019
from Gloucester Road
Enjoying legendary status in London since opening on 10th December 1982, Bombay Brasserie offers authentic and eclectic Bombay cuisine, presenting Indian cuisine in elegant brasserie style. As well as a sky-lit ceiling and glossy marble in the dining room, a circular open kitchen creates a buzz.
Uniting the diverse regional recipes of India under one roof, the Bombay Brasserie menu offers a refined twist on time-honoured classics. Showcasing creative signature dishes, favourites include slow-cooked lamb shanks in a delicate saffron curry, or marinated salmon served simmering from the tandoor. For sweet Indian-style indulgence, enjoy a cleansing masala tea brulee with ginger and pineapple sorbet.
At the chic Bombay London bar, long and fruity cocktails and Indian style tapas are served in chic surroundings. In this European-influenced space, guests can nestle in cosy armchairs, or next to the expansive fireplace.
Set in one of London’s most sought-after postcodes, Bombay Brasserie South Kensington boasts an exclusive clientele, and is frequented by many a famous face. Gloucester Road Tube Station sits just next door.
Courtfield Close, Courtfield Road, London, SW7 4QH
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Customer reviews for Bombay Brasserie
((((* 13 March 2014 by David from London
Bombay Brasserie lived up to expectations
((((* 17 January 2014 by Ingalill from London
((((( 12 December 2013 by Tim from Jedburgh
Returned to a very fine restaurant to find that previous excellent experiences were fully maintained. Wonderful tastes, beautifully served; beware the raspberry chocolate and share it out in small portions - soooooo rich!
((((* 10 November 2013 by Peter from London
smooth and simple
((((( 22 October 2013 by David from Berkshire
From start to finish everything was fabulous. The welcome and attention from the staff was excellent. The food was served in good style and looked delicious. When we asked for help they were very attentive and gave perfect recommendations. Every effort was made to make our experience memorable and it was!
The food was just delicious not too spicy to blur the taste, and not oily at all. We could in most dishes taste all of the ingredients stated - yummy!! Would most definitely dine there again.
We travelled from Berkshire on a friends recommendation and we were not disappointed
((*** 19 October 2013 by Ajit from London
Overpriced and poor quality food, this is a classic tourist trap.
This Taj Group restaurant that lets the whole chain down, incomparable to their hotels and restaurants within India which are excellent.
Uninspiring, bland 1980's Indian food. Sterile environment, generally unimpressive.
You could get away with this in Continental Europe, but in London far better Indian food can be found within walking distance (Old Brompton Road).
Good service can not make up for this relic that has been trading on its name for far too long. Locals avoid this place like the plague.
((((( 14 October 2013 by Valerie from London
No decaf available!
((((* 1 September 2013 by SG from London
An enduring gem.
((((( 4 March 2013 by JC from London
evening get-together for friends - very welcoming atmosphere - waiters very helpful in making menu suggestions - thoroughly enjoyed the BB coffee experience at the end of the meal, quite a performance!
((((( 23 January 2013 by gianni from udine-italy
excellent dinner with friends
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