To say that we were full, satisfied and left with an overworked stomach would be an understatement. What we can say, as we watched the last of cars cruising past, was just how lucky Sydney is to have an affordable, relaxed, non-pretentious restaurant in our own neighbourhood, showcasing India’s best street foods right at our door step.
Bombay Street Kitchen is a great place for Indian food that I can see becoming a local favourite with residents, students, faculty, and city slickers because of the quality and reasonable pricing.
'Frankies, pav and puri. Expand your Indian street food vocab at Bombay Street Kitchen in Glebe'
'Bombay Street Kitchen is definitely transporting Sydneysiders straight to the streets of Mumbai with their carefully curated menu of local delicacies... Highly recommended for those looking an authentic journey into real Indian cuisine'
'In an area very well known for its excellent food, being the new kid on the block isn’t easy. However, Bombay Street Kitchen is not your average Indian restaurant, as they bring so many unique dishes to the table, so grab a few friends, give them a visit, and try their Indian food with a twist for yourself!'
'You may have wandered past this unassuming restaurant in a hurry to get to work or the local University. Totally unaware of the delectable flavours it transports from the streets of India'
'Bombay Street Kitchen is a really cool, new restaurant...Can’t wait to go back and try some of their other dishes!'
'Add this spot to the increasing selection of stand-out, modern Indian restaurants in Sydney'
'Seriously good Indian fare at this family-run restaurant because everything is homemade and authentic'
'Bombay Street Kitchen is a real gem. The food is authentic, fresh, fun and very tasty'
'Performing a wordless dance in the postage stamp sized kitchen, husband and wife team, Rajoo and Shaloo Gurram, turn out dishes that celebrate West Coast Indian cuisine from the Mumbai region'