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Bombay Gardens Offering Exceptional Hi-Tea With a Rather Large Menu

We’ve all heard of Bombay Chowpatty, a family favourite for desi food and quite famous for its Chicken Biryani. And just last week it opened its buffet restaurant, Bombay Gardens, that received an overwhelming response upon its launch.

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Located in the heart of the city, right next to the Bombay Chowpatty on MM Alam Road, the new restaurant has a cosy, clean look. Looking to attract a family customer base, the restaurant has ticked just the right boxes. The decor is simple with brown suede chairs and tables with yellow ceiling lights keeping the indoor seating area well-lit. It also has a rooftop terrace that would be perfect for the coming autumn/winter months.

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The food exceeded everyone’s expectations. The buffet is absolutely lavish with a vast variety of dishes ranging from Desi to Chinese to Continental Cuisine. Starting from the salads to the desserts, there is a wide array of choices available. Our favourites were the potato balls, mini-burgers, crispy beef with veggies and thai noodles. As much as we wanted to try everything there was on the table, it is not possible because of the variety available. Each dish we tried had a scrumptious, well-cooked flavour and it was after a long time that we tried such a splendid buffet.

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For those of you looking to enjoy a yummy, hearty evening meal in a budget, Bombay Gardens is definitely worth visiting. It has won 4 out of 5 stars from us! The only downside of the restaurant is the elevator issue. Even though there is a lift to get to the restaurant which is on the upper floor, a person has to take the stairs to go down. So, if you’re planning to go with your family, make sure the elderly are okay with taking the stairs.

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We at Brides&You wish Bombay Gardens all the best!

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