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street food of India

Locally Sourced × crafted with love 

                                                                                                  
 
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Khau Gallis (literally translated to eat streets) bristle with old-world charm. Stuck, somewhere between the 19th and 21st centuries, they have become the heart and soul of the City. Narrow, dingy and indelibly worn by the passage of time, they are the ultimate paradise for food lovers

There are a million hawkers in Bombay, and a multitude of Khau Gallis. About more than just the food though, and in a City whose inequality is often inescapable, they have brought together people from all walks of life. Paanwallas mingle with politicians. Students, film stars and feared gundas queue for pau bhaji special and lovers meet to hold hands, but never kiss. The masalas are exquisite and Indian pop music blares on rusted speakers.

Welcome to our Bombay Street Kitchen. A humble tribute to Indian street food and the Khau Gallis, that remain, an essential part of the fabric of life in India.

 
 
 

Phone

02 9660 3726

Location

University Hall, Corner of Glebe Point Road and Parramatta Road, Glebe 2037

Hours

Due to a family event, we are closed this Wednesday 9th November and normal trading hours will resume from lunchtime on Thursday 10th November 

Lunch: Wed-Sat 12pm-3pm

Dinner: Tue-Sun 5.30pm onwards

LICENSED PREMISE | BYO (WINE ONLY)

VEGETARIAN & VEGAN FRIENDLY

 

 

 

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COMMUNAL FEASTING

 

 In India we are particularly good at feasting together. Values of family and community are very important in Indian culture, and it is a commonly held belief that sharing a meal brings people together and helps strengthen ties. After all, a family that dines together stays together. 

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Our Feasts are designed to be shared amongst large groups and to satisfy even the most gluttonous of appetites. Guests will get plentiful portions of the listed dishes, however in the unlikely event you run out of Rice, Naan, Raita or
Sweet Mango Chutney you only need ask. 

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All bookings of 8 or more must choose from one of our Communal Feasts. We serve our Communal Feast menu only to groups of 8+, as delivering individual dishes to groups of this size may result in unacceptable waiting times. (At the discretion of the kitchen, and on a group-by-group basis, we would be happy to discuss and customize any of the feasts below to suit particular requirements)

 

 

 

bombay street kitchen catering

 

Let Bombay Street Kitchen bring a little bit of color and spice to your next event or party. Whether your function is big or small, in keeping with true Indian hospitality we'll make sure there is an abundance of food to satisfy even the most gluttonous of appetites. Contact us now to see how we can help you take the hassle out of your next catering event.