Bombay Brasserie Restaurant
London’s legendary brasserie has come to Cape Town, and over the last few months the Bombay Brasserie Restaurant in the Taj Cape Town has gained numerous fans, both local and international.
They offer a winning recipe that combines top Indian chefs, authentic cooking with a sumptuous setting - all of which have made the Bombay Brasserie one of the top restaurants in the UK.
The Taj Hotel Cape Town has been careful to replicate the ingredients that have made its London restaurant the darling of that city’s A-list, including Mick Jagger, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Sir Elton John and Prince Charles. This shows through in the superb quality of food at the Cape Town restaurant, and the extensive menu provides an agonising choice of starters, mains and desserts as well as a selection of side orders.
Dishes at the Bombay Brasserie in Cape Town can contain as many as 17 spices, all if which are blended on the premises. Even the nan bread is cooked in traditional Tandoori ovens, and there are no westernised curry house tikka masalas here.
An evening at the brasserie offers a superb night out in the Mother City, especially when rounded off with the other features on offer in the Taj, including the popular Twankey Bar.
Take a look at the Bombay Brasserie virtual tour by clicking on the multimedia tab above to pick your table before you reserve it.