It’s raining Mangoes at Bombay Bungalow

0
268

What better time than now to indulge in mango-based dishes!  If you are a lover of this summer delight, here’s how to make the most of it, till the season lasts!

Neeraj Rana, Head Chef of the home-grown restaurant known for its traditional Indian dining experience, has curated unique dishes to celebrate National Mango Day.

Whatever your favorite fruit, you can’t deny that the mango will always have a special place in your heart — no wonder it is called the ‘king of fruits.’ 

Paying homage to the fruit of the season, aka mangoes, the spread at Bombay Bungalow will surely have you coming back for more!  As there’s no love that can match the love that Indians have for mangoes. 

To beat the heat, diners can enjoy a chilled Mango Lassi, homemade mango lassi with a hint of cardamom.  While for the he mains, Mango Chicken – mango-flavored clay oven-cooked chicken.

And for dessert, Bombay Bungalow offers Mango Shrikhand – yogurt-alphonso mango cone, flavor tea, and Mango Kulfi – scented mango milk, saffron pistachio crunch

Bombay Bungalow located in the heart of JBR offers an array of popular Indian dishes.

It is one of the prettiest Indian restaurants in Dubai giving you plenty of reasons for the gram be it from interiors, views, or even the presentation of dishes. The interiors are dramatic and eye-catching, yet casual and comfortable at the same time.

Time: 8:30 AM – 12:00 AM

Price: a la carte

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here