Specialising in the art of rustic Indian street food, Bombay Street Kitchen offers diners an Indian dining experience that’s one of a kind in Sydney. At this popular restaurant, guests can indulge in dishes that can’t be found anywhere else in the city, ranging from vada pav to ragda pattice. Located on Glebe Point Road, just steps from The University of Sydney campus in Glebe, Bombay Street Kitchen is a must-visit for local curry lovers and tourists alike.
The service was ok. The food was very good. The entree of curry on the bread was different the dish was very good. The curry was also good.
The food is excellent. It's fresh and cooked carefully and served at the right time. Although they are busy, they are all friendly and polite. Will come back!
Great spot - can't fault this place. Menu was extensive, food was fresh and had the right flavours! Service was fantastic as well. Thank you!
For a unique dining experience in Glebe, Bombay Street Kitchen is where you’ll want to go. Featuring dishes that deviate from the usual Indian curries, the cuisine at Bombay Street Kitchen on Glebe Point Road brings diners new flavours, textures and aromas, all inspired by the delicious street food of Bombay. Utilising recipes that have been passed down through the generations, this fantastic restaurant aims to provide a true taste of Bombay, one small plate at a time.
It isn’t just small plates at Bombay Street Kitchen – the restaurant also offers up a range of curries that are big enough to serve as mains. Try the Railway Goat Curry, a dish that’s typically served up in Indian train stations, or the komdich saguti, a Goan curry that features star anise, black peppercorn and dry roasted chillies. Other tasty options at Bombay Street Kitchen include favourites like the fish kalvann, the Koliwada prawns, the spicy lamb cutlets and the vegetarian aloo mumbaiyya, potatoes cooked with roasted peanuts, cherry tomatoes and ground chillies. Book ahead for an incredible Indian meal at this hip restaurant in Sydney’s Glebe.