Cape Town's hottest new Indian fine-dining spot is right for every palate

2019-09-20 14:45 - Marisa Crous
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Named after the multi-cultural and cosmopolitan Indian city of Bombay, the Bombay Brasserie at the Taj now has a new look and an extended offering, a bar that is more casual, family-friendly, and serves small plates of delectable Indian dishes and, of course, some out of this world drinks at their beautiful marble bar. 

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The vibe is laid-back, warm and inviting. 

Here you get a taste of the food offered at the fine-dining part of the Bombay Brasserie, which is linked by passageway to the bar. Watch chefs elegantly prepare dishes via the lovely pass area, and breathe in the elegance and smells that waft and linger, filling the entire space. 

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Expect small plates of Baingan Bharta, kofta curry with garlic naan bread, tikka chicken or prawn bites and tapas-style gatsby curry treats. A passionate brigade of chefs are constantly innovating, trying new ways to incorporate Cape Town flavours into their Indian dishes.   

“These will give diners the chance to experience a sample of Indian street food and we believe this will be something unique for Cape Town,” says Executive Chef David Tilly.

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Cape Town

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Cape Town

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