A Bangalore family visit recently and looking for a place for lunch, was recommended Bombay Brasserie by a dear friend Sanjar Imam.
Booked and reached there quickly on a saturday afternoon.

Lovely, lively place with families and large group. A warm vide and we were quickly seated and offered the menu.

Ordered a Preethy Murthys masala cola – quite nice but needed a tad more fizz – either made from an open soda or took time coming to the table. Except King Fisher no beer was available chilled so opted for a pint.
Some of the nice stuff was only during tea time, so checked the menu and ordered the Chakna tray to go with drinks – Lovely presentation and just the right crunchy stuff – must have. We followed this up with Hyderabadi Subz Shikampuri which was again excellent.
Checking out the mains, N decided to opt for chatka chole kulchey whilst I wanted to check out the Kheema aloo Pie. We were told it would take 15-20 min because the pie was made fresh. N ordered a Peru pleasure which was quite good.
The chatka chole kulchey came and was quite good, the typical punjabi taste and not the cultivated adulterated taste one is used to most of the time. The Kheema aloo pie was outstanding and worth the wait.
Finishing this off was the Bombay ice cream sandwich which was  a combination of nostalgia.
A must visit place.
Ambiance 4/5
Food 4/5
Service 4/5
Overall 4/5
Damages: Rs 2500/- for two people (lunch)
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Written by AD
ex waiter, angadia, travel agent, dotcomer, dukaandaar, marketeer, people watcher. appreciates single malt, food, friends