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The Bombay Cartel Version 2.0 [Review]

Trying to rise from the ashes, they invited us for a review. Find out how it went

We were happy to receive a Review Invitation from The Bombay Cartel#. This is what our experience was like on, Sunday, 16th September.



We reached Mahalaxmi at 3 PM and walked down to HubTown SkyBay, which also houses The Bombay Bronx. As the elevator doors opened on the third floor, the first thing we saw was a frosted glass that flaunts the Logo and name of “The Bombay Cartel”. We got a nice, well-lit seat near one of the long windows. Then, we opened the food menu and realisation struck us; A fact that we knew but had clearly ignored was that two pure Non-vegetarians had come to review a completely vegetarian restaurant. We decided to keep our apprehensions aside and make the most of it and try out the crowd favourites.

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The Bombay Cartel Version 2.0 [Review]

Trying to rise from the ashes, they invited us for a review. Find out how it went

We were happy to receive a Review Invitation from The Bombay Cartel#. This is what our experience was like on, Sunday, 16th September.



We reached Mahalaxmi at 3 PM and walked down to HubTown SkyBay, which also houses The Bombay Bronx. As the elevator doors opened on the third floor, the first thing we saw was a frosted glass that flaunts the Logo and name of “The Bombay Cartel”. We got a nice, well-lit seat near one of the long windows. Then, we opened the food menu and realisation struck us; A fact that we knew but had clearly ignored was that two pure Non-vegetarians had come to review a completely vegetarian restaurant. We decided to keep our apprehensions aside and make the most of it and try out the crowd favourites.

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The Bombay Cartel Version 2.0 [Review]

Trying to rise from the ashes, they invited us for a review. Find out how it went

We were happy to receive a Review Invitation from The Bombay Cartel#. This is what our experience was like on, Sunday, 16th September.



We reached Mahalaxmi at 3 PM and walked down to HubTown SkyBay, which also houses The Bombay Bronx. As the elevator doors opened on the third floor, the first thing we saw was a frosted glass that flaunts the Logo and name of “The Bombay Cartel”. We got a nice, well-lit seat near one of the long windows. Then, we opened the food menu and realisation struck us; A fact that we knew but had clearly ignored was that two pure Non-vegetarians had come to review a completely vegetarian restaurant. We decided to keep our apprehensions aside and make the most of it and try out the crowd favourites.

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