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Ever since 1982, when its doors first opened in fashionable Kensington, London SW7, Bombay Brasserie has been an iconic restaurant destination, famed for its authentic, eclectic Bombay and Indian cuisine.
Over many hundreds of years Bombay - now known as Mumbai – has attracted people from all over the India and further afield, creating a cuisine unique to the city and reflecting many culinary influences. The menu at Bombay Brasserie echos the cultural diversity of this great city, with culinary influences ranging from Parsi, Goan, Bengali, and Gujerati cuisine, as well as from the Portuguese and British Raj. The dishes on the menu today have been served on the tables of past Mughal Emperors, British Royalty, the spice traders of Goa and now to discerning diners in twenty-first century London.
Long time executive chef Prahlad Hegde has been part of Bombay Brasserie since 1991 and uses only the freshest ingredients in his dishes, grinding all his own spices and lightly toasting them to obtain maximum flavour.