Bombay BBQ Brussels

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It might be hard to say no to a dinner plan which includes Naan bread and Butter chicken. It might be even harder if that is combined with a cool location, fresh cocktails, and well, more Indian food. Located on a hidden corner of Chaussée d’Ixelles, Mission Masala – Bombay BBQ has recently opened its door to Indian food lovers in Brussels. Impossible not to fall in love with the decoration of the restaurant: posters, frames, and other objects which seem to belong to an old travel collection, bring a quite unique vibe to the place.

The main idea is to order different plates (meat, fish, and vegetarian options available) and share them, and I mean, who does not love that idea already? From the more traditional butter chicken in an old Delhi style to more fusion plates such as the slow-cooked pork ribs and fried chicken with madras mayo, you will just wish to have enough people at the table to order the whole menu. According to the best Indian tradition, food gets quite spicy. So why not get a refreshing cocktail to keep enjoying your dinner? We tried a homemade margarita with a mango twist: taste buds said thank you. To conclude the dinner with an even more refreshing serving, we shared a Kulfi, a homemade traditional ice cream flavored with cardamom and pistachios: we enjoyed every spoon of it. The perfect dinner plan for a late (and very warm) summer evening!

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Emilia from Brussels

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I'm a food enthusiast who loves experimenting with different cuisines by cooking...

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Address

Chau. d'Ixelles 280, Brussels

Telephone number

+32028508235

Opening Times

Wed - Sun 18:00 - 22:30

Price

Butter chicken: € 12

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