Charminar Chai With Lal Qila Tikka Rolls & More: High Tea With A Desi Twist

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Take a break from the cliched cafes in the afternoon and head to Bombay Brasserie as they have started an all-new High Chai menu. It’s not just chai but much more…

Chow Down

Bombay Brasserie gives you a delicious reason to catch up with your friends over that perfect session of chai pe charcha. Not just restricted to tea, this special menu is a culinary journey in itself. The menu offers scrumptious small bites from every corner of India with dishes such as the Calcutta Club Fish Fry, Chowpatty Special Bhel, Rasta Masala Toasty, Naga Ghost Pepper Wings, Lal Qila Tikka Roll and Irani Kheema Maska Pao. Paired with indigenous Indian teas from across India like the Kashmiri Bloom, Kadak Cutting Chai, Charminar Chai and more, Bombay Brasserie gives their patrons enough options to choose from.

Sip On

The Patiala Bar, as they call it at Bombay Brasserie will be functional during these hours. The desi pauwas — Janta Bar, Go Goa Gone, Shimla Rum Do, which are already a hit, are there for those who like to get high, but not on the chai. Additionally, the interesting bar menu brings together homemade liquor infusions in Desi Cocktails like Southern Express {five dark spirits combined with Coke and lime}; Fauji Party Special {dark rum, pineapple juice, kala namak and chaat masala for that desi concoction} to Desi Mocktails like Juhu Beach Gola {kala khatta gola served in a cutting chai} and Not-So-Saada {a smoothie with Kolkata paan flavour, gulkand and ice cream}.

Anything Else?

This menu is available from 3.30pm to 7.30pm, every day, giving you enough reason to take a break, grab a few friends for those post office hours chat and evening conversations, and head to Bombay Brasserie. A meal for two without alcohol comes to around INR 350.