When was the last time you visited a restaurant that left you flabbergasted?!Bombay Bungalow, formerly known as ‘House of curry’ re-branded with a new name and menu for an elevated Indian cuisine experience.
They are offering modern Indian Cuisine, focusing more towards flavorful dishes rather than putting all their effort on plating. The menu offers some classic popular dishes by retaining the unique Indian flavors. They have some serious food options with a super cozy atmosphere. There is quite a variety of veg & non veg starters & main courses. We tried all their best signature starters from Avocado Pani Puri to Calamari Bhel, Roti roll Prawns, Ancient Grain Bowl & Kebab and Tikka Platter and not to forget their Raita tray.
For mains, we picked the most favorite signature Burrata Butter Chicken and BBQ grilled Lamb chops infused with coffee, on chef’s personal recommendation.
To be honest we can’t get enough of it. Love their portion sizes, they were very good and filling. Everything we tried was full of flavor. We can’t really decide on our favorites, because each and every dish was truly commendable. Chef Prashant Chipkar has done an outstanding job on the menu.
To top it off, they also have an amazing management and staff to pamper their customers. One can spoil themselves with some delectable food choices, in an astounding ambiance, despite the fact the management makes sure that each of the guests gets to you relish a lovely time while making them feel at home. Bombay Bungalow has already been a talk in town. On a weekday night, we found the restaurant very crowded.
Whether we talk about their Mughal Art & Design or the modern Indian Cuisine, they have done an outstanding job. The sophisticated details on the interior are exceptional. One can feel the old city aura with intricate details all around in the decor. The Indian owner/partner gave some royal touches as well by adding beautiful pieces of Mughal Art and reviving the cultural values and traditions in a contemporary atmosphere. You will also find his very own masterpiece painting of Mona Lisa in a wooden carved panel. One can see his obsession towards Art and Craft from his work at the restaurant.
Being a painter and a furniture designer, I can tell how every little detail has been thought of and beautifully implemented, from the antique wooden carved doors to the vibrant colored furniture, enhancing the whole dining experience. Absolutely in love with all the art and wood work.
We forgot to mention the dessert part. Without this coconut Ras Malai, your trip to Bombay will be incomplete. Make sure you don’t miss out on this remarkable dessert❣️ Can’t wait to visit again with family to try all the other luscious dishes. We highly recommend this restaurant✔️✔️✔️