Bombay Brasserie at the Taj Cape Town

There is an à la carte menu or a seven-course tasting menu, depending on your style. Both bring delicious curries and predominantly North Indian dishes to the table, with refined ingredients and elements such as saffron sauce making the culinary experience all the more enjoyable. Though a meal here doesn’t come too cheap, it’s well worth every penny.


Highlights:

  • One of Cape Town’s finest Indian restaurants
  • Set in the Taj Hotel in Wale Street
  • Cuisine: Fine dining and contemporary Indian dishes
  • Ambience: Authentic Indian and exotic opulence
  • Dress Code: Smart casual

EXPERIENCE TAJ @ HOME
We are opening for pick up and deliveries from Mr. D.

Dear valued customers,
We hope our good news finds you and your family in good health.

Our communities have been through a lot over the last few months, and all of us are looking forward to resuming our normal habits and routines.

While many things have changed, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to deliver fine Indian cuisine which will tantalize every sense and awaken a spirit of India in your consciousness.
The Bombay Brasserie fine dining menu still includes firm favourites, which allows you to experience a fine dining interpretation of Indian street food in the comfort of your home.
We are delighted to announce Bombay Brasserie Restaurant will now take your order for pickup or delivering your favourite signature dishes, to be enjoyed in the comfort of your home!

“My team and I are delighted to have the small plate dishes on offer and we believe that this is something unique for everyone to enjoy,” says Executive Chef David Tilly.

We are looking forward to serving you with the Bombay Brasserie curated menu.
Live the authentic Taj@Home experience, picked up, or delivered by Mr. D. to your doorstep.

• Contactless Delivery
• Sustainable packaging
• Safety & Hygiene assured

Operation time from 12h00 to 20h00, Wednesday to Sunday .

For pick up orders, kindly call Chef David on 082 737 3290. Pick up orders to be collected from the Bombay Brasserie serving hatch on Adderley street opposite the slave lodge.

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