Celebrating 24 years

Celebrity chef Chelsea Winter with Suzanne Braks from Bombay Autobahn.

Bombay Autobahn celebrated their 24th birthday on Friday 3 August, not long after celebrity chef Chelsea Winter visited them on 28 July.
Erich and Margaret Dornauer started the first Autobahn Cafe in August 1994. Five years later in 1999, BP Oil built its second motorway service centre at Papakura which the Autobahn is also part of. They based their cafes on the motorway service centres in Europe and that’s how they got their name; the word Autobahn in German means Motorway.

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