Bombay Street Kitchen
There are a million hawkers in Bombay, and a multitude of Khau Gallis. About more than just the food though, and in a City whose inequality is often inescapable, they have brought together people from all walks of life. Paanwallas mingle with politicians. Students, film stars and feared gundas queue for pau bhaji special and lovers meet to hold hands, but never kiss. The masalas are exquisite and Indian pop music blares on rusted speakers.
Welcome to our Bombay Street Kitchen. A humble tribute to Indian street food and the Khau Gallis, that remain, an essential part of the fabric of life in India.
Food was not fresh
Not upto the Mark
Won’t be going again
Initially advised they didn't have our booking then sat outside on a rather noisy street.
Service was a bit slack and staff not very knowledgable to there food.
Despite being sold as spicy on the menu food was fairly mild.
Pani Pouri drew me in! As soon as I saw the street food style entrees I had to go here! We had a beautiful dinner here. Something for the whole family - dining with two children - staff were more than accomodation. Food was to die for!
Bombay Street Kitchen is rated 3.2 stars by 3 OpenTable diners.
You can book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size.