Bombay Brasserie reimagines a sensory affair to create a dining experience that blends the old and the new

JAN 10, 2019 | By Aneesha Bhadri
(L-R) A mix of colours and eclectic artefacts creates an ambience of rustic charm and modern vitality;The striking white marble known as The Patiala is common to all Bombay Brasserie restaurants.

Bombay Brasserie presents a culinary journey that showcases India as it has never been experienced before. A mélange of unique ingredients, sourced from the far corners of the country, hand-picked from local farms lends the menu its uniqueness.

Their decor reflects the aesthetics of their menu, which is inspired by special ingredients and displays an eclectic selection that marries the familiar with the unexpected. “It all comes together to create a magical experience!’’ says concept designer, Payal Khanna of Aura Dezyne.

As the primary designer of all Bombay Brasserie restaurants across India, Payal wanted to create a space that manifests an ideal balance between the vintage and the contemporary, thus making it refreshing and youthful; something that all age groups can relate to.

As you step inside the restaurant, you are convinced that she has been successful in doing so. With an enticing mix of joyful colours and a sweet harmony of eclectic artefacts, the space is a quirky blend of old-world charm and modern vitality. The restaurant has a long verandah lined with lush greenery and intrigues with its playful, rustic charm.