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A Bombardment Of Flavours In Indiranagar, Drop By This Outlet Now!

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What Makes It Awesome?

When you're in Indiranagar, there are a couple of places you should put on your must-visit list of which one that I would suggest would be Bombay Brasserie the primary reason being it's a place for every age!

To begin with, I couldn't help but try the Bombay Brasserie Calcutta club fish fry - which to my surprise was the very authentic Kolkata style fish fry, crumbed with bread crumbs and deep-fried and it was a whole fillet of fish served alongside kasundi (mustard) and mango sauce.

Next, I tried Salim's chicken baida roti which is minced chicken stuffed between a layer of parantha each side and deep-fried. It was really a great melange of spices.

Moving on, came in my favorite chilli cheese kulcha - mini kulchas stuffed with a lot of cheese and green chilli. My favourite bread out here.

Moving on to the main course, I had the Tawa roast chicken with garlic naan - the chicken was grilled in a pan and thrown into a rich red gravy.

To end with, I had the Amritsar Kulfa which is Kulfi and firni on a bed of firni finished with a dash of rose syrup - what a blissful way to end a fantastic lunch!

Also, I had the Pauwa bottles or the quarter bottled drinks - Mango tango ( mango based cocktail) and a Pondy Rush.

How Much Did It Cost?

₹1,000 - ₹3,000

Best To Go With?

Family, Big Group, Bae, Kids.