The maximum city can be quite daunting when it comes to grab a quick bite. While there are the quintessential lounges and restaurants, you also QSR’s and roadside vendors. That’s why we at FMW decided to give you a quick guide to where you can satiate hunger pangs in pretty interiors. This week, we’ll over places you can visit when in town.
Caffè Primo, Fort
Caffe Primo is a friendly neighbourhood cafe for intimate conversations and to, well, get a quick Italian meal. Located in the by lanes of Fort, this quaint place has a cool blue ambience replete with planters, a bicycle artefact and warm lighting. This vegetarian restaurant is fairly new and one of Fort’s best kept secret. The Open Pasta counter gives out a sweet aroma to the restaurant. This ground plus one floor cafe has a hookah section as well.
We suggest you have their Italian piadas (wraps), risotto, pasta and desserts. If you are still confused then the friendly staff will guide and take good care of you. Avail a special discount to Caffè Primo with the exclusive Quick Perks card.
Falafels, Lower Parel and Colaba
If you haven’t heard of Falafels then you must be definitely living under a rock. This QSR is prompt, no non sense and high on delivering the best. With outlets across the city, you are bound to find then without a hassle. It’s great for Middle Eastern food.
Kala Ghoda Cafe 145, Kala Ghoda
Originally Cheval, the Kala Ghoda Cafe 145 is a cafe by day and transforms into a lounge at night. Their Jalapeño poppers and baos are to die for. If here then you must try the butter chicken bao and Nutella shake.
Until next time. Ciao!
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Story By: Esther Cabral