With strong historical influences from both South Africa and India, Bombay Brasserie is Taj Cape Town’s signature fine-dining Indian restaurant. Fashioned on London’s iconic restaurant of the same name, Bombay Brasserie is a restaurant grounded in spice; a story of rich culture, strong heritage and exceptional cuisine.
Open for dinner and seating just 42 guests, Bombay Brasserie is located in the historical Board of Executors building in the heart of the old city. Slip into silk peacock-embroidered chairs positioned under magnificent crystal chandeliers while sophisticated service and hand-crafted menus await.
Named after the multi-cultural and cosmopolitan city in India, Bombay Brasserie Cape Town lives up to its name by offering diverse cooking styles from the four corners of India, but with two unique elements: authentic Cape Town flair and flavour – which results in some of the finest dishes outside of India – and executive chef David Tilly.
Chef Tilly has worked at Taj hotels all over the world, tasting, experimenting and appreciating a kaleidoscope of culinary experiences. Now, after immersing himself in the customs and cultures of the city, he has devised a menu guaranteed to impress the most discerning diner. Together with his team, using only the best locally sourced ingredients blended with the finest imported spices from India, he creates dishes laced with contemporary flavour while equally delighting the palate and imagination.