“Experience the gateway to a whole new eating adventure”
If it’s an exploration of culture through food you seek then take the journey into the rich and exotic world of Bombay Blues. Diversity is a defining feature of Indian food and at Bombay Blues you can discover North Indian cuisine
At Bombay Blues we offer more than just an evening out, our high touch approach ensures memories that will last for a long time to come - we are very aware that what we eat and with whom we eat can inspire and strengthen the bonds between individuals.
The sharing of food reflects the way for people of all cultures to sustain and create an emotional connection with others
Explore North Indian cuisine - the extensive use of herbs and spices ensures that each dish is specially prepared - take the first step with an array of tandoor dishes that make you want for more.
Then move onto a delectable curry, on offer is a variety like the “Kareli Ki Nihari”, baby lamb dum cooked overnight in a rich stock, “Murg Hyberabadi”, tender pieces of chicken marinated with select spices smoked in onion and tomato gravy, and vegetarian dishes like “Dum Subz Handi”, assorted vegetables in saffron almond gravy. You have a varied choice of accompaniments in the form of speciality breads, naan, roti, paratha. End the evening on a sweet note with our masala tea or a taste of our imported Kulfi ice cream.
We extend the fine dining experience to corporate events; we offer standard menus and outdoor catering all over South Africa.
Bombay Blues is certain to meet all your gastronomic requirements. Our food is the window into our most basic beliefs about our world and ourselves - and its tucked away in side street of Rosebank.
From Johannesburg - Follow the M1 North. Take the Oxford turnoff on your left and proceed into this road. Turn left into Jellicoe Avenue, left into Bath and then left into Tyrwhitt Avenue.
Turn left into Cradock Avenue.
From Pretoria - Follow the N1
towards Johannesburg. Proceed into the M1 South.
Take the Corlett turnoff on your left. Turn right at the robot into Oxford Road. Turn right into Jellicoe Avenue, left into Bath and then left into Tyrwhitt Avenue. Turn left into Cradock Avenue.
From Roodepoort - Follow the N1 North towards Bryanston. Take the William Nicol turnoff and follow this road towards Johannesburg. Proceed into Jan Smuts Avenue. Turn into 7th Avenue from Jan Smuts Avenue, which becomes Tyrwhitt Avenue. Turn left into Cradock Avenue.
A secure parking area is available at no extra charge for guests dining in the restaurant.
-26° 8' 41.97''
28° 2' 31.49''
Standard Bank Building
Cnr. Cradock & Tyrwhitt Avenues
Monday - Sunday
Lunch: 12:00 - 15:00
Dinner: 18:00 - 22:00