Taj Cape Town’s signature fine dining restaurant, Bombay Brasserie, will be closed from the 17th of June for a renovation. The space will be expanded, and the upgrade will include not only décor alterations but also a new menu. Until it re-opens on the 19th of August, guests can enjoy Bombay Brasserie’s signature dishes at the newly-revamped Mint Restaurant and Terrace.
The restaurant’s expansion will see it changing from a 40 to a 70 seater dinner service. Mark Wernich, General Manager for Taj Cape Town says: “We are extremely excited about this transformation. With such high demand from our local and international guests, the Bombay Brasserie expansion and refurbishment will allow us to offer an even more authentic Indian fine-dining experience.”
So what will the restaurant’s new look be? It will feature neutral tones, accented by different shades of blue, as well as hints of orange and yellow. Décor features include different fabric textures, copper-coloured serving dishes and beautifully patterned lighting lampshades. For the menu, Executive Chef David Tilly will give patrons a cultural journey through various Indian regions and taste influences, while celebrating local products and suppliers.
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