Bombay Brasserie

Worli
Casual Dining

This New Worli Eatery Has Naga Ghost Pepper Wings, Jhinga Mirch, Cocktails & More

Shalvi posted on 17th May

Ten-Second Takeaway

Mumbai never ceases to amaze and now there’s yet another eatery that’s opening its doors for us all. After 15 years, Bombay Brasserie at Worli is reopening and we’re excited about trying the experimental Indian food there.

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Originally launched in 1989, Bombay Brasserie, over the years launched multiple outlets in Bangalore, Chennai, and Kolkata. However, it shut down in Mumbai in 2002, and now, after 15 years it’s set to make a comeback.

Located at Worli, Bombay Brasserie will be an all day diner, that will easily house 130 people in four separate dining zones. Look forward to experimental and fusion Indian food that will bring out the best Indian flavours. Small plates, large servings, and an eclectic menu that promises to bring India on a platter, there’s much to explore here. Look forward to Marathi Jhinga Mirch made with Thecha, Naga Ghost Pepper Wings {tangy wings dusted with Bhoot Jolokia} or the Bengali Panch Phoran Chicken among others.

Pair the food with cocktails, beers or a variety of Indian teas. Awesome, right? We think so too. The eatery opens on May 18 and you’re certainly gonna see us here.

So, We're Saying...

There’s a new eatery and obviously all the hungry souls like us will be making our way there. See ya!

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Worli

12-A, Ground Floor, Lotus Cinema Building, Motilal Sanghi Road, Worli, Mumbai

Bombay Brasserie

Worli
Casual Dining