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Acerca de Bombay Brasserie
Este restaurante indio es uno de los más admirados del mundo y sirve cocina regional auténtica en un entorno sofisticado de estilo raj con un salón acristalado.
London, SW7 4QH
Estilo de comida:
Horas de operación:
Monday Dinner 17.30-11pm
Tuesday– Friday lunch 12pm – 2:30pm,
Tuesday- Friday Dinner 5.30pm – 11:00 pm
Saturday -Sunday lunch 12pm – 3:30pm,
Sunday dinner 6.30pm – 10:30 pm
Bank Holiday opening time 6pm – 10:30pm,
Código de etiqueta:
Informal y elegante
Rango de precio:
De £26 a £40
Opciones de pago
AMEX, Carta Blanca, Diners Club, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
020 7370 4040
Chef Prahlad Hegde
Acceso para silla ruedas, Almuerzo de fin de semana, Asientos en la barra, Banquete, Bar / Sala pública, Bar completo, Cervezas, Comida para llevar, Mesas en el exterior, Promoción nocturna, Salón privado
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Bombay Brasserie calificaciones y reseñas
Decided to dine here based on all the positive reviews. Great atmosphere and surroundings but the food was extremely disappointing, especially given how they charge.
1) Waiter convinced us that the palak chaat was the most popular starter and much better than the sev puri. The dish was average and overpowered by the extremely sweet tamarind sauce.
2) Masala scallops were ok, as were the three peppercorn prawns. Very small portions of each.
3) Tala Murg was awful - bland and tasted like chicken nuggets!
Ordered seabass, braised lamb shank and aubergine bharta.
Waiter returned 10 minutes later to inform us they had run out of the seabass so we opted for the monk fish. 10 minutes later......yep, they'd run out of the monk fish as well. This seemed quite odd given we were relatively early and most of the restaurant was empty. Waiter then insisted that we should try the king prawns instead as they were much better than the fish dishes but they were average at best (and only four small prawns per portion). The lamb was dry and aubergine bharta completely over-spiced.
Overall, a very disappointing experience and won't be returning.
Bombay Brasserie was terrific--thirty years ago. I should've known that things had changed when it wasn't on any of the Best Indian restaurants lists. The room is still as attractive as I remembered but the food rather shocked me. I would recommend it to people who don't really know or really like Indian food. It seems as if the formula now is Americanized, globalized, international fare. The seasonal vegetables reminded me of frozen Bird's Eye peas and carrots. The fish was spicy without being flavorful if that is possible. The fried spinach would have been an interesting dish but again, alas, bland. The service was well-meaning but seemed inexperienced. Overall, just not worth the price. A shame, because the space and decor is elegantly restrained in the best way and quite lovely.
We enjoyed the food at this restaurant and found some of the options on the menu refreshingly different from standard Indian restaurant fare. The quality of the food served was also good. The downside of the restaurant was the extortionate cost of the wine and spirits. There should be more options for sub-£40 bottles of wine, especially when it is being consumed with spicy food. Also £20 for a 25 ml glass of cognac or Armagnac was ridiculous (I passed on this option although I normally enjoy a spirit or liqueur after a meal).
It was my boyfriends birthday
The service was great, food was amazing and the staff were just very very very cooperative
they gave recommendations and were as involved in the birthday planning as I was
Lastly I am a hardcore non vegetarian but would definitely recommend the paneer there (I loved the tandoori chicken !)
Enjoyed our evening as part of our weekend in London. Loved the decor. Great piano player. Attentive staff and authentic Indian food. All food served beautifully. Wine expensive but the glass we had was good quality. Constant top ups of iced water. Would go back.
Way overpriced. Good service, lovely ambience, slightly above average food, at eye watering prices. Much better options locally. We only came here because our go to place was fully booked. Got a table here easily on a Friday night booking a few hours before. That should tell you something.
We should have left after the papadum came out. They were the crackers you can buy in the market...seriously. The food was pretty bad all around even though this place was highly rated by a very reliable source. If you are looking for a truly memorable Indian dinner, head over to Veeraswamy in Mayfair, it beats this place my miles upon miles
Enjoyed our dinner the only downside was they had a party going on and it was really loud.
We had a table right next to the party and couldn't hear ourselves.
The food was lovely and the service was ok, because of the party the focus was on the there tables more then the other tables.
Bombay Brasserie es uno de los primeros restaurantes que conocí en Londres hace 25 años; la cocina me gustó tanto, que mientras viví en Londres llevaba a todos mis visitantes y amigos por lo menos una vez al mes. Ahora que fui con mi nueva pareja no podía dejar de ir a cenar ahí.
My husband and I visited Bombay Brasserie 3 or 4 times in the late eighties and we were very excited. Now we had a friend with us and we were certainly not disappointed. The only negative was that there were 4 rather noisy guests talking together at two other tables, so we in between had difficulty concentrating on our own conversation. But the food and service was excelent and we will be happy again next time we visit London.
Bombay Brasserie is our first stop when we visit London. My first visit was in 1999.
We have tried many dishes and never been disappointed. I think that the lamb shank is my favorite or maybe the king prawns. My husband had the sea bass and loved it. We were given a fabulous sticky cake dessert that was delicious .
It's an elegant place but not stuffy. Several of the patrons had school age children with them
The service is impeccable .
This is a beautiful restaurant with very friendly staff, wonderful food and creative drinks, quiet enough that you can have a conversation with the person you are dining with but also good for birthday parties as there was one happening opposite us.
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