Parking is impossible at this pocket-sized, six-table cafe tucked away behind Colaba Causeway's teeming shops and stalls. Yet, it's always packed to the seams with cheery crowds (can get loud) who come for wholesome VFM European and Italian fare like sandwiches, pastas, main courses, burgers and first-rate desserts. New and popular recent menu entrants include Chicken Cordon Bleu, Shop 'n' Chop (two breasts of chicken fillet, crumb-fried and served with spicy tomato sauce), Crackerjack Prawns (prawns with cheesy coating deep-fried and served with homemade tartar), Lobster Thermidore and Lamb Chops at the Mountain. Generous portions sizes - their soups (Mushroom and Bacon or Cream of Mushroom) are meals in themselves. My picks? Lasagne, Fettuccine Alfredo, Chicken Valdostana, Chicken a la King and Prawn Shashlik. Service can be slow, but that just gives you time to soak in the charm of this popular neighbourhood eatery.
Review posted within last 6 month
The dessert was very good and so was the garlic butter fish. I wasn't impressed by their salads.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
great continental food . lasagne and prawn shashlik are tasty . little too expensive
Review posted more than a year ago
had an excellent experience, lovely time and delicious food...great place to be at...
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