Bambai, Mumbai will walk you through the lanes of Bombay with its classic food and decor!

Bambai Mumbai

Bambai, Mumbai by Chef Anees Khan and Chef Ritesh Tulsian is an ode to classic Bombay food and culture. Dishes from Pav Bhaji to Chowpatty ka Kala Khatta will surely walk you through the streets of Bombay.

If you’re a Mumbaikar then we know your love for street-style food. Bambai, Mumbai is a restaurant that brings famous cuisines from various spots of the city at Juhu Tara lane, Santacruz. Some of the dishes that you enjoy while you stroll on the streets of Bombay are a part of the menu that’s curated by Chef Anees Khan who owns a patisserie in Mumbai and Chef Ritesh Tulsian who has deep roots in Maharashtra. You’ll find veg and non-veg dishes like Pav Bhaji Fondue, Kurla Ke Kabab Pav, Mutton Keema Samosa, and many more. Mohabbat ka Sharbat is one of the many drinks that you can enjoy along with the delicacies.

The decor of the restaurant closely resembles the well-known attributes of Mumbai. The walls are painted with The Gateway of India, The Macchivalas of Mumbai, the famous cutting chai, and many other highlights of the city. The furniture is very pretty with antique tables and chairs giving a perfect vintage vibe. Songs like Bombay Meri Jaan that resemble the life of Bombay are played in the background while you relish the food.

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We started with Bambai ka signature loaded fries which were very crispy and the cheese sauce perfectly complimented it. The Bombay Masala Grill Sandwich with pudina chutney closely resembled the street-style grilled sandwich. The soft aloo filling was perfectly balanced with crunchy sev in the toppings.

Tandoori Paneer Nananizaa was very unique and equally tasty. It was a combination of naan and pizza and had a perfect cheese pull for your Insta aesthetics. Pav Bhaji Fondue and Tawa Pulao had a blend of spices and are a must-try, while Chowpatty ka Kala Khatta will directly take you to Chowpatty with its refreshing and tangy flavor. For desserts, Bombay ka Chocolate Cake, a specialty of Chef Anees Khan is what we suggest you should definitely have.

Non-vegetarians can try Bhatti da Murg,¬†Kurla ke Kebab Pav,¬†Mutton Keema Samosa, Keema Ghotala, and many other dishes from their menu. Overall, this place will reminiscence your memories of Bombay and you’ll end up saying Bombay meri Jaan while you leave the restaurant.

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