Bombay Bicycle Club - Edinburgh
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At the height of the 19th Century, The Bombay Bicycle Club was one of the most popular gathering places for colonial officers in the Indian subcontinent. The club would offer officers an opportunity to take trips and country picnics, and catch up with local gossip and events of the Raj.
Common to the enjoyment of these officers was the mouth-watering food that the club would cook and deliver to the officers.
Bombay Bicycle Club serves freshly prepared Indian food and the chefs at the restaurant are flexible to personalise any dish.
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