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Indian Culinary Adventures at The Bombay Club

The Bombay Club
May 14, 2014

The Bombay Club, located one block from the White House, is renowned as a power dining location featuring authentic, gourmet Indian cuisine, and on Sundays from May 18th to June 14th guests are invited to partake in a culinary adventure exploring dishes from different regions of India.  This unique dining experience will be artfully prepared by Executive Chef Nilesh Singhvi, who previously worked for the exclusive Taj Group of Hotels, the leading luxury hotel chain in India.  In India, he was afforded the opportunity to work with master chefs of Kashmiri, Avadhi and South Indian cuisines.  He served as the main Indian chef of Taj Palace Hotel, New Delhi – a five-star property known for its restaurants, and he was promoted as the executive chef at hotels in Nashik (Maharashtra), and then at Goa and Gwalior (Madhya Pradesh), where he mastered these regional cuisines.

Chef Singhvi’s three-course menu will be available exclusively during Sunday brunch service, and will highlight the regions of Goan on Sunday, May 18th; Punjab on Sunday, May 25th; Dakshin on Sunday, June 1st and Mughlai on Sunday, June 8th.  This culinary journey is priced at $25 per person or $35 with Champagne (excluding tax and gratuity), and will be available as a replacement for their bottomless brunch menu. To make a reservation, guests can call (202) 659-3727 and visit

The Bombay Club | 815 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20006