Bombay Bicycle - order now on hungryhouse
At the height of the 19th Century, the Bombay Bicycle Club was one of the most popular gathering places for colonial officers in the Indian subcontinent.
The club would offer officers an opportunity to take trips and country picnics, and catch up with local gossip and events of the Raj. Common to the enjoyment of these officers was the mouth-watering food that the club would cook and deliver to the officers.
The same philosophy which was at the heart of this renowned institution has been carried over to the menus of the Bombay Bicycle delivery kitchens.
With a fine balance of traditional and modern Indian dishes, Bombay Bicycle has recently released a sumptuous new menu comprising of well-spiced flavoursome dishes, some of which encompass less than 10% fat. Notable dishes include Paneer Tikka, Kali Mirch Ke Tukre and Mangalore Fish Curry.
There are also a fabulous range of side dishes, while desserts include bespoke ice creams such as Chilli Chocolate and Creamy Ginger and Honey.
Bombay Bicycle branches across London: