Broaden Your Culinary & Social Horizons this Month at BOMBAY BOROUGH

Dubai (February 2020): With March upon us, 2020 is in full swing, and that means it’s time to upgrade your expectations and discover DIFC’s go-to bar and eatery, Bombay Borough, for everything from after-work drinks to delicious meals with friends and loved ones.

Whether you’re planning to hop on board the Bombay Borough Express for the all-new Express Lunch, or hoping to catch some Bombay Prohibition-ending vibeswithdaily Happy Hours on the full bar–Bombay Borough serves up the very best of new India in truly exciting ways, every day of the week.

Ideally located at DIFC Gate Village 3, the recently opened Bombay Borough offers guests a carefully curated selection of India’s unique ingredients, spices and flavours, reinvented.From small bites to large feasts, Bombay Borough’s eclectic menu comes with a twist and enables armchair travellers to embark on a culinary adventure that serves up the very best of India, in a way they have never experienced before.

Bombay Borough Express Lunch

Give your taste buds a real lunchtime treat with a celebration of hyper-local Indian cuisine at Bombay Borough! An ode to the iconic Indian train journeys where meals were freshly cooked and served quickly to hungry travelers, the Express Lunch offers a wide range of unique flavours for you to experience at lunchtime every day. Start your lunch off on the right note with the Chutney Papad Tokri or Street Food Chaat, which are ideal for sharing, and then choose your main from an extensive selection of Street Grills, Big Plates and Biryanis, for a limited-time-onlyintroductory price of just AED 79 per person.

Bombay Borough Express Lunch

Daily, from 12pm to 3.30pm

Includes:

  • Sharing Starters of Chutney Papad Tokri or Street Food Chaat
  • Choice of one Main from Street Grills, Big Plates or Biryanis

Bombay Prohibition | Happy Hours

Back in the 50s and 60s, it was the time of prohibition in Bombay, a time when consuming certain drinks was a taboo. To get around restrictions, ladies served prohibited drinks from their houses, and these informal bars were known as the ‘Aunty Bars’, which were the iconic speakeasys of that time. Come experience Happy Hours at Bombay Borough, as a throwback to those epic times, with some great Pauwa Cocktails and other drinks inspired by the ‘Aunty Bars’. Buy the first and get the second on the house!

Bombay Prohibition | Happy Hours

Daily, from 4.30pm to 7.30pm

Choose from selected Pauwa Cocktails and house drinks

Buy the first & get the second on the house

Bombay Borough is located in Gate Village 3 at Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC), just below Capital Club, next to Sotheby’s and opposite Gate 2.

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