-By Rashmi Uday Singh
The smallest of them all is at Colaba (boldly situated next to Indigo Deli), followed by a moderately sized Fab India (Kala Ghoda) location and a cosy Kemp's Corner location (in Crossword), the last two on mezzanine floors, following the business hours of the stores that house them, versus those of the Colaba cafe. Sip teas, coffees, smoothies and dive into salads, pastas, and sandwiches (particularly Honey Mustard; bread baked to order). Finish with those divine signature desserts. Enjoy eggs from Middle-eastern Shakshouka to omelettes. Walnut Raisin Bread Loaf, Wholegrain,traditional Egyptian Baladi Bread (Rs 12-70)â€¦ it's a veritable yeast feast! Home-made butter (try the fresh fruit line), jams, desserts, dips (for unexpected guests or as wonderful party treats) are all sold here. Home delivery offered through Colaba from 9am to 10.30pm. Warning! Kemp's Corner location is almost always packed and you may have to wait for 20 minutes or more to be seated. Instead, if you can, go to rest your aching shopping legs, go for a quiet rendezvous, go for a cup of coffee, for a dessert or an unplanned sandwich and go for the sprawling yet warm ambience of the wooden-floored cafe perched on the mezzanine of the Fab India store. This low-impact, no-nonsense wellpriced cafe fills a gap and serves a purpose in the frenetic cacophonics of MG Road.
Review posted more than 6 month ago
Moshe's Bakery & Cafe serves everything hot and fresh. So while passing by i make sure that i drink a cup of coffee or tea from here.
With the cup beverage i like eating Egyptian Baladi Bread or a sandwich. Moshe's Bakery & Cafe is good in its service and offers very tasty food.
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