Love hanging out? THESE iconic Cafes are a must-visit in Mumbai

Best Cafes In Mumbai: Every quaint cafe has a vibe and a story which makes it different from others. So, if you are new to Mumbai city then here are some iconic cafes that you must visit soon.
Best Cafes In MumbaiLove hanging out? THESE iconic Cafes are a must-visit in Mumbai
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Apart from its beautiful beaches, vivid shopping lanes and majestic skylines, Mumbai is also known for its dainty cafes. Every quaint cafe has a vibe and a story which makes it different from others. And amid the beautiful cafes that we have in the city at present, there are some iconic cafes which still behold the same old rustic charm. So, if you are new to the city then here are some iconic cafes that you must visit soon.

 

Kyani and Co. :

Established in 1904, Kyani and Co. is a must-visit cafe when in Mumbai. Situated right opposite Metro Theatre in Fort, this Irani cafe is known for its iconic Bun Muska, Mawa Cakes and Chai. The interiors of this cafe will undoubtedly give you the 80s vibe while you sit and enjoy wide varieties of biscuits, pies, freshly baked bread, and custards to name a few.

The Leopold Cafe:

Known for its amazing art history, Leopold Cafe in Colaba is a popular eating and drinking joint. This old-fashioned pub finds a significant place for itself in the novel Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts. And if you want to experience the magic of the city, then a visit to this cafe is a must. High ceiling fans, delicious food and chilled ambience will lift your spirits to another level. Don't forget to try their signature Cold Coffee, Red Pepper Chicken and Soya Wine Chicken.

Prithvi Cafe:

Situated right beside the iconic Prithvi Theater in Juhu, this cafe is a perfect place for all you creative and artistic souls out there. Known for its cutting chai and famous Irish Coffee, it is an ideal budget-friendly hangout joint in Mumbai. Sip some coffee and gorge on some desi paranthas while you enjoy the earthy decor of this cafe.

Sassanian and Co.:

This 100-year-old cafe at Marine Lines is known for its authentic Parsi dishes. The ambience of this cafe will again take you back to the era where Mumbai was known as Bombay. Hygienic and light on the pocket, this Iranian cafe is known for its chicken patties, Parsi chicken fry and biscuits.

Cafe Madras:

Nestled in Matunga, Cafe Madras is one of the most popular Udipi eateries in Mumbai. Known for its Filter Coffee and Butter Podi Idli, this cafe is a paradise for South Indian cuisine lovers. Affordable price, top-notch quality and vivid varieties of treats make this cafe iconic and special.

Neel:

Situated at the Mahalaxmi Racecourse, this decades-old cafe is known for its picturesque backdrop. It offers traditional dishes with different twists and is known for its lip-smackingly delicious Hyderabadi fish and Gucchiki Biryani.

 

Hungry all ready? Then head straight to these cafes and do tell us the dishes you loved therein the comments section below.

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