Indian bar and eatery in Bengaluru, Bombay Borough, known for hyperlocal and regional Indian cuisine recently launched bespoke food and beverage menu. Two years after its launch, Bombay Borough is introducing new offerings, reflecting its dedication to providing a curated dining experience that artfully fuses heirloom Indian recipes elevated with global techniques and modern trends.
Spread across a sprawling heritage bungalow in Central Bangalore, Bombay Borough is known to offer a selection of reinvented Indian flavours with a progressive touch. The dining experience is amplified with an inviting Indo-chic setting that blends contemporary French aesthetics and a picturesque al fresco seating area with the timeless charm of colonial architecture.
Bombay Borough has introduced the vibrant flavour of Northeast India with Manipuri Style Chicken Stir Fry – Spiced batter fried chicken tossed in fermented slaw & chilli chutney served with garlic aioli and Naga Chicken Wings – Smoked & roasted spicy chicken wings flavoured with Bhoot Jolokia- a Naga chilli. Not to be missed is the delectable Pondi Chicken Tenders – Chicken tenders tossed in vadouvan spice mix, served with chilli lime aioli, and Anglo-Indian Meat Balls – Roasted lamb meatballs stuffed with spiced cheese tossed in fermented chilli sauce served in small plates section. From the west coast of India, there is Konkan Fish Curry- Coastal spiced fish curry with tawa fried sea bass, marinated in kokum and green chilli, a mildly spicy yet creamy exploration into the coastal life of the Konkan belt of India.
The menu also exhibits a selection of flavourful biryanis, such as Achari Paneer Biryani – slow cooked pickled spiced paneer biryani garnished with caramelized onions, and the Jama Masjid Malai Tikka Biryani – tandoor roasted chicken and cardamom rice served with pudina chutney, masala onions and cream butter sauce, along with the northern region’s favourite.
Desserts include a Flourless Chocolate Bar, a flourless dark chocolate bar, topped with vanilla bean ice-cream, toasted nuts and miso caramel sauce, with a subtle burst of umami notes. Also available are the Berry Tres Leches Cake, Bombay Borough’s rendition of the Tres Leches cake, a sponge cake drenched in berry infused milk topped with fresh whipped cream and seasonal berries.