Bom­bay Brasserie Ex­udes The Look Of A French Bistro

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Bom­bay Brasserie re­flects mini-In­dia in its true sense when it comes to the decor and the food. As the brand en­tered the ‘City of Joy’ at Quest Mall, this 3,500 sq. ft. 120-seater fine-din­ing eatery boasts the look and feel of a French bistro dec­o­rated with arte­facts from In­dia. The prime facet is white with turquoise, aqua­ma­rine and shades of blue blended in the whole space. The pen­sive chan­de­liers hang­ing from the ceil­ings and the the framed pic­tures de­pict­ing dif­fer­ent tastes of In­dia have been con­cep­tu­alised and ex­e­cuted by de­signer Payal Khanna of Aura Dezyne. Lo­cated on the fifth floor of the luxury mall, Bom­bay Brasserie also has a side­walk with seat­ing for those who would like a feel of the en­tire place or a meal with­out mu­sic. A white picket fence en­closes the area. The front fa­cade show­case the con­cept of French Win­dow from where the theme of a brasserie comes in. The “spice bazaar” at the en­trance lays out spices that are required for pre­par­ing the au­then­tic Ben­gali dishes like the ‘paanch­phoron’, dried chill­ies and so on, even a plat­ter called Panch­phoron Tan­doori has been in­cluded in the menu. As peo­ple love their spices the de­signer thought of a lit­tle spice bazaar, who has laid out a sim­i­lar spice cor­ner in the Coim­bat­ore out­let of Bom­bay Brasserie as well. In­side, the old ket­tles and tif­fin boxes hand-painted in blue, dif­fer­ent kinds of jars, and an­tique pieces dec­o­rate the shelves of the en­tire restau­rant giv­ing an amal­ga­mated feel where the tra­di­tion meets moder­nity. The live kitchen gives one the clear view of chefs work­ing hard and in full ac­tion as they pre­pare ke­babs, tawa items, roomali ro­tis or any spe­cial­ity like Luc­knowi Ulta Tawa Paratha.

The beau­ti­ful light­ing ar­range­ment sets the cosy set­ting with­out in­ter­ven­ing on the pri­vate mo­ments one would love to en­joy at Bom­bay Brasserie Ra­jiv Singh, Gen­eral Man­ager, Global Kitchens (Kolkata) LLP, un­der which most of the high-end fine din­ing brands like Bom­bay Brasserie, Ir­ish House, Ser­a­fina and Q33 (which are get­ting launched soon) are get­ting op­er­a­tional, shares, “The USP of this place is you get ev­ery­thing un­der one roof, dif­fer­ent cui­sine from var­i­ous re­gions be it Ben­gal, Ker­ala, Ma­ha­rash­tra, Lucknow, Kash­mir. This lo­ca­tion is of great ad­van­tage as we can serve the best crowd of Kolkata that is present within the 5 km ra­dius of the place.” At present there are three op­er­a­tional eater­ies un­der this brand at Coim­bat­ore, Chen­nai and Kolkata. “Soon we are launch­ing two more, in Mum­bai and Delhi. Global Kitchen be­ing the mas­ter con­nois­seurs of this Mall for the F&B we are open­ing few more in­ter­na­tional brands here and also with the New Kolkata Ter­mi­nal the chain will have 100 brand out­lets al­to­gether by next year.” signs off Singh

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