The Bombay Brasserie
About The Bombay Brasserie
As soon as you walk in you’ll feel like an extra (or even a star!) in a Merchant Ivory movie. Laid out on a palatial scale with high-ceilinged cocktail lounge and a bright, airy conservatory, The Bombay Brasserie is relaxed, elegant and a perennial favourite amongst smart curry fans. Sprawl out on Raj style furnishings and enjoy a gin sling before your lunch or dinner. Actress Faye Dunaway favours the mouth-incinerating charms of Hyderabadi Bhuna Gosht (lamb with green chillies) while others might prefer something more gentle such as saffron king prawns. The large buffet delivers excellent value for £22 per person (plus service charge), and features 3 vegetarian and 3 non vegetarian mains, plus an assortment of starters, sides and desserts.
Sample a la carte
- Sev batata pur (small biscuit like puris topped with potatoes, sprouted lentils, sweet yoghurt, gramflour straws and a mix of chutneys) £9.00
- Manglorean soft shell crab (tossed with mustard seeds, curry leaves, mango, ginger and snub nosed chillis £11.50
- Chicken fenugreek tikka £10.00
- Coconut oysters (mildly spiced oysters napped with coconut and curry leaves) £11.00
Other starters are available.
- Tandoori chicken &19.00
- Lamb chops with ginger & herbs £24.00
- Lobster hara pyaaz (lobster with fresh garlic and spring onions) £29.00
- Chickpea masala £10.00
- Chicken saagwala £20.00
- Lamb roganjosh £22.00
Main courses are served with a potato dish and lentil dish. Other mains and sides are available.
Courtfield Close, Courtfield Road, SW7 4QH
£25 - £34
Mon - Sun 12:30pm - 3pm & 7:30pm - 11:30pm