Bombay Brasserie in Lucknow, has rapidly become one of the go-to spots for Lucknowites within a short span of time and we know why!

This swanky restro-bar is amidst the top-notch restaurants and bar chains in India and is known for its classy interiors, refreshing drinks and an expansive range of delectable dishes.

Bombay Brasserie is all about an amalgamation of authentic and widely sourced flavours, served on a plate- a fine dine experience like never before in the City of the Nawabs! Cloaked in contemporary sophistication, it is an all-day bar and eatery and now we have some bevvy hoppy news for you!

What's the Big Deal?

Just to console our Holi-day hangover and to celebrate their liquor license approval, Bombay Brasserie has come up with 2 offers which we can’t seem to refuse!

On the 22nd of March, you can grab any pauwa @ ₹22* ONLY and on the 23rd, you’re invited here to party Patiala style with 1+1 offer on their drinks menu!

So this coming week, we’ve already given you a reason to say TGIF and to party like its one of the best Saturyays in town! Bombay Brasserie is truly worth all the hype and we can’t simply wait to indulge in our talli tales here!

While you’re boozin’ and chillin’ here, make sure to try out their Chilli Cheese Kulcha, Tamil Street Chicken and their Rajputana Sholey Murg Tikka Kebab- you’ll not be disappointed!

Location: 003, Ground Floor, Rohtas Summit, Vibhuti Khand, Gomti Nagar, Lucknow

Timings: 12noon – 12midnight

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