About Mombay Brasserie
About the restaurant
What’s in a name? “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet” said The Bard, and “not if you called them stench blossoms” said The Bart (Simpson), and lo, as once the Ottoman Empire’s capital was known as Constantinople, so the city on the Bosphorus is now Istanbul – and you don’t need a crowd of screaming muppets to tell you that, though they can be provided. Bombay, indeed, is now Mumbai, but at Mombay Brasserie on Lockyers Quay in Plymouth town centre, they are bringing the best of both the old world and the new to the South Coast. Favourites of the Raj, such as Mulligatawny soup, butter chicken and biryanis are there on the Mombay Brasserie menu, as well as modern, British-devised dishes such as Balti – from Birmingham – chicken tikka massala – Glasgow’s own – and even a house signature, the Elaichi Murgh Special, with cardamom and chicken. Book a table and take a trip over to Lockyers Quay, right by the National Marine Aquarium, for a top Indian restaurant in Plymouth.