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Bombay Brasserie opens its doors in Singapore; strengthens the Indian cuisine trend globally


SINGAPORE: the opening of an authentic indian cuisine restaurant in Singapore is a good example of the gentle power service to the world and the popularity of Indian cuisine globally, the Indian High Commissioner said here. “One of our best-loved and most loved brands is coming to Singapore and I hope it will develop demand for Indian cuisines,” said Dr Shilpak Ambule.
“It is a good example of our soft power serving the world and Indian cuisines are highly appreciated around the world,” he said while opening the Bombay Brewery Saturday evening.
Ambule was among the guests and dignitaries who attended the opening of Bombay Brasserie at a complex of restaurants and outlets in Singapore’s central business district and five-star JW Marriott hotel.
Indian restaurants have disappeared global and customized as well as blended with local foods over a period of time, the envoy said, adding that “very authentic” Indian cuisines were, however, in demand across the world and Bombay Brasserie stood for the same.
He also noted that the Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL) would soon expand its presence to San Francisco in the United States and Frankfurt in Germany.
The Singapore launch marks the restaurant’s first foray into the Southeast Asian region and fourth global outpost following successful ventures in London, Dubai and Cape Town.
Taljinder Singh, Senior Vice President, IHCL, said, “With a century-old culinary history, we are known for our innovative and pioneering dining concepts.
“Since 1982, when it opened its doors in London’s trendy Kensington district, Bombay Brasserie has reinvented Indian gastronomy. The brand has since expanded to other corners of the world, in Cape Town and Dubai , and now in Singapore, one of the most important food markets in Asia. cities,” he said.
“Brasserie Bombay in Singapore harmoniously blends the rich flavors of Indian and continental cuisines in the elegant ambience of a Parisian brasserie,” added Singh.
Created in 1982, the iconic Bombay Brasserie restaurant is famous for its authentic and eclectic Bombay and Indian cuisine.


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