Best known for: Indian cuisine (Mumbai and Coastal) with quirky Western and European twists
Cuisine: Indian, American and Continental
Mumbai today is nothing like the Bombay of the old. Yet, the rich old heritages of the yesterdays linger on in many ways. It is a happy amalgamation of the past, the present and the future. The soon to be launched, Bombay Vintage is a retro bar and diner that celebrates these old roots of Bombay, along with the eclectic tastes, of modern day Mumbai.
Bombay Vintage, opened officially on January 14, 2016 is a new restaurant that brings together ace restaurateur Suresh Bhandaary of Bollywood Mischief Hospitality Worldwide Pvt. Ltd and the culinary skills of Chef PradipRozario. Yes this is the same duo that brought the original fusion food mecca Kurry Club to India, a pioneer in “Fusion” food in Mumbai.
Everything in this bar and restaurant harks back to a fusion of Mumbai tradition.The décor is old world featuring a lot of old artifacts, and wall hangings. The seating is spacious and the restaurant caters to 70 covers at a time.
The food is served in dabbas that hark back to the heritage of Mumbai’s ubiquitious “dabbawalas”, while the food is a fusion of traditional Mumbai food combined with continental style cooking and servings.
So you can indulge your palate in exotic dishes like Sabudana Croquettes, or a Vegetable Quesadilla, PavBhaji Sandwich, Chicken and Mutton MisalPav, English PavBhaji, Breakfast Appam with Fried Egg Base, Chicken/ Mutton Mince, the Bombay Coast Burger with a Crumb Fried Seafood Mélange, Cajun Spiced Chicken Pizza or the Lamb Bolognaise Pizza ,BassaInvoltini featuring Basa in Gassi Sauce, Tapioca Risotto!
The bar is a great watering hole that offers super pricing – famously echoing Suresh Bhandary’s claim – That this is the one Bar in Mumbai where the Happy Hours do not end!The drink menu features all time favorites like Martinis, Singapore Slings, Margrita, Mojito, and Bloddy Mary. The bar offers a wide range of Beers in pints or buckets of 5 and spirits that range from single malts to IMFL. There are also vodka, rum, tequila, gin and liqueurs, wines, sangrias, and non-alcoholic delights.
The bar menu and cocktails are inspired and created by renowned mixologist and F&B Consultant Naveen Deju Kotyankar, who has left his mark across signature restaurants and bars of Mumbai including Kurry Klub, Lagerbay, Café Zoe, the Pali Village cafe etc.
Located strategically on the Colaba circle opposite to Regal Cinema, Bombay Vintage is a welcome addition to city side dining. It features eclectic music, with the DJ accepting requests, while featuring its signature melodies and beats.
Bombay Vintage is a place for the young, as well as the not so young – offering a delight that bridges generations. While the not so young, can look around and reminiscence of the Bombay that was, the young can groove to the beats, and the fusion food, and classic and modern alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Bombay Vintage – Fusing taste, cuisines, time and values.
Opposite Regal Cinema, Indian Mercantile Mansion,
Regal Circle, Madame Cama Road,
Phone: (+91) 22 6944 4123 / 24
Mon – Sun 9:00am – 10:00 pm
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